The Feed Store just called and my chicks are in. I want to rush right up there and get them, but I am going to wait until tomorrow so it can be a family thing. I'm getting a BO, a BR and an Americauna (she assures me it is, but if it's an EE, I'm fine with that too). So... what do I look for in a chick? They're seperated by sex and breed so I know I'm going for girls in the above breeds (hopefully I end up with girls). I know she's got a hundred of each of the breeds so there will be plenty to choose from. Besides looking for clear eyes, a straight beek, straight, healthy legs and an otherwise alert chick - is there anything else I should look for? How about coloration? Is there anyway I can look at the BR chicks and figure out how much barring they'll have? and the Americauna (or EE) - is there anything related to coloring I should look for? I'm beyond beyond excited and wish I could get them today, but my husband really wants to go and so do the kids, so I'm being a good mom and waiting until tomorrow. Sigh - it's such a long way away. Any help is appreciated!!!