I got these chicks from TSC yesterday from the bin labeled as egg laying pullets. I asked what breed they were, the employee just said they were pullets and that's all they knew. I talked to the manager, who said they were grab bag, and they had no clue what they were. Called corporate, who obviously places the orders, they were equally unhelpful. So they are anyone's guess. However, the sooner I know what they are, the better. I was hoping for a fat, not flighty breed. As we have 1/3 of an acre fenced in yard with 6ft privacy fence and I would love to let them have run of the yard with the pot belly pig and the Great Pyrenees, and just build a coop for them to stay in at night to keep the owls away from them. However, if they are a breed that is prone to flying (like all the chickens I grew up around) then we will have to build a coop with a large run so they don't fly out of the back yard. For now they are living inside because we are having very cold weather for south Georgia, and it will be awhile before they're out and about in the yard. I'd like to build their home as soon as possible though so I'll have it done and over with. There were three colors of chicks in the bins; the two colors of chicks I have and another, I didn't get any of the third color which were a very pale yellow and I suspected they may have turned out white. I have no clue about the light colored chicks, I even showed them to my dad who has been breeding and raising chickens since before I was born and he couldn't tell if they would end up white or not. They seem to be in between the color of a red and a white. It's hard to capture with the camera.