We bought 10 Cornish Rocks, 5 Buff Orpingtons, and 4 Pekin ducks. Then from a different TSC we bought 5 Leghorns, 2 asst. red pullets, and 2 mallards... Then from a local guy I bought 4 EEs... This was on the 6, 7, and 8. Today I put the Pekins outside in the brooder box we made, and I moved the Cornish Rocks into the barrel bottom that the Pekins had been in... I thought it would be easy to tell the difference between them because the Cornish Rocks are so much bigger...but I only ended up with 9 moved over... So after counting, recounting, and then counting again there is one chick still in with the other chicks that we would have had to have gotten when we got the meat birds, because I counted them while putting them in the brooder, but as of today, one chick looks like it could easily be one of the leghorns. It is feathered the same, and is the same small size like the leghorns...but we bought the meat birds and leghorns from 2 different stores. There were no Leghorns at the place we got the meatbirds. So is it possible that one meatie chick is just a much slower grower, but a faster featherer? Or was there a small white chick put in with my meat birds? I was afraid that buying chicks at Tractor Supply would take all the mystery out of the process, but it seems I was wrong. Lol.