Every year it's the same thing. BYC is filled with posts about shipped chicks dying. Every year. Chicks are supposed to be kept at approx 95 degrees for the first week. It's for a very good reason-to stay alive. Can anyone's post office guarantee that the shipped chicks will be kept at 95 degrees, 90, or even 85 degrees at this time of the year? Chicks that get cold stressed during shipping frequently die. I don't want to offend anyone here, I just want to bring up a subject that needs to be brought up.