So Monday I will finally be getting my Buff Wyandottes. They are from reputable breeders (but are being sold at a supply/feed store). So far I have a storage container set up in the living room with a lamp above it so the crate steady temperature for warmth. The bedding is wood shavings, with paper towels on top so they have traction and cushion (and its easier for me to clean ). I have water for them and have gotten some non-GMO chick starter. (I've read its better for them) I honestly cant wait for them. I am getting 3 females (they have been sexed) and using clicker training to teach them things as I have done with many of my other animals. (I heard chickens are smarter than dogs!) I'm hoping to be showing these girls in 4h, which I have never done before. I have been watching many judging and presentation videos, soon I will be looking at the breed standard, to see if my girls will check out to be nice quality showers. Although I have owned chickens in the past with my parents (probably around 150 over the years) This will be the first time raising them with 100% my own care. If anyone would like to share their own experiences with Wyandottes, their opinions on them, any facts and tips they have, I would love to hear.