I have already fallen prey to chicken math. So I started out wanting chickens a few years ago, but my Grandma beat me to it. She decided she had to have some when she saw them at chick days at TSC. I now have what remains of her flock, 3 Easter Eggers and 2 unknown brown/red pullets (most likely a sex-link breed). They are all about 3 or 4 yrs old now. Decided I would get some other breeds this spring. Ordered 24 chicks; 6 each of: Silver-penciled Egyptian Fayoumis, Barred Holland, Blue-Red Cubalayas, & Black-breasted Red Cubalayas. I picked those up from the hatchery myself. Then the next day picked up some French Guinea keets at a local feed store that came from the same hatchery. We also decided we wanted to get some meat birds, and I wanted some of the more colorful keets. We were thinking of placing an order for the summer. However one of the Barred Hollands was not doing well once I got them home, don't think it would have survived if they had actually been shipped. Thought we had gotten it past the rough bit but it passed away a couple of days ago. So while out getting feed for the grown hens yesterday I picked up 6 more chicks from TSC. 4 are Black Cochins and the other 2 were just labeled as broilers. TSC usually marks the Cornish Rocks they get in as such, these look suspiciously like them, but I got them anyways. So that brings me to 5 hens, 29 chicks and 8 keets. Oh yeah, and all the little ones were straight runs.