I was talking to a Soldier who works in another shop and the topic went to chickens. Everything was cool, and then she made the statement "At Easter you can get these blue or pink or green dyed chick-things on the roadsides, but they always die." The conversation continued and she was very sure these were chicken chicks her family had been buying. I have never seen this and it seems very cruel. From what she was saying no one buys these guys/gals with the expectation that they'll live long, the view was that they were a kinda cool Easter accessory/toy. My guess is they die of starvation, 'cus this individual didn't have a clue about chick food. Question is, does that actually go on?!? Is this no-joke/real that people dye chicks for Easter sale on roadsides???