I always worry about everything...can't help it, especially when I have had experience with a similar situation that didn't turn out so well and multiple times. I was wondering if anyone can share their experiences with a large rough naval. I have had more losses with large rough naval than successes. If it was a $3 feed store chick I really wouldn't be concerned, or even if it was an "extra", but I paid $62.50 each/shipped. I contacted the breeder and he/she was very apologetic and admitted it was a complete oversight. I completely understand, it's easy to do. My main concern is this chick will not make it. If it does? Awesome! If not it bumps my cost per chick to $75/ea. I don't mind paying for quality, I am actually very cheap, but when I do buy "big" I expect the best. This is not Greenfire Farms, I know a lot of their breeds are in my sig and just wanted to clarify this was not them, they have been excellent to deal with, I don't want anyone inferring. So, this chick is a bit smaller than the rest and has this large rough naval. I have not had good experience with these and all of mine have perished within the first month. Has anyone had a chick survive to adulthood that had a large rough naval?