So glad that you are still here Lisa!! Glad that I am not alone in understanding the fire alarm chick screaming! All I could think while covering my ears is "honey please go faster"! It was painful. The chicks got scrambled eggs mixed with plain yogurt today. The great thing about owning 800 chickens is that you have many eggs with which to scramble for the little ones! I am adding ACV to the water and cleaning and oiling butts daily to stop the pasty. Unfortunately, we are having warm days and freezing nights. This is not handy for the chicken momma wanting comfort for chicks continuously!! I may just have to keep the probiotics and butt cleaning going until we get some normal temps! I will be delivering 48 dozen eggs on Monday and I figure that Wednesday delivery is going to be my biggest since I took over the egg biz...well over 200 dozen!!! When I was at the chicken farm today, I had the most glorious observation! When I started taking care of these girls, most of their combs were pale and their eyes were dull. I have noticed more sparkly eyes over time, but today, I saw bright red combs and waddles!!!!!!!! Feathers are coming back in and red is returning to their combs!! I am so happy. They are all acting more spunky and chickeney! Guess what else?? I got my first egg from the pullet pen!! Wahooooooo! These girls are roughly 20 weeks, looking healthy and super. First egg!!! There is 125 of them on rough count. Sweet hubby built their first nesting box which they will receive tomorrow (Monday)!! Parts for chicken tractor #1 come this Thursday!! My husband hopes to bust out our first chicken tractor so we can move the first batch within 2 weeks. OMG, I am so happy, excited and scared at the same time!!