MHP brooder: Black Australorp brooder. I failed to get them under her the first night so they stayed in the MHPB for 2 days and 1 night. Got them under her last night. This morning. She "tents" up really well: All 7 chicks. 2 Black Australorps, 2 White Rocks, 3 EEs. I got them from Meyer and I don't THINK I had an extra charge for the small number though the shipping was ~$35 so maybe it was just calculated in. There was a heat packet under the nest material in the box. Since they didn't arrive by 3 PM Tuesday (as the USPS shipping status said was guaranteed) I contacted Meyer on their web page at 4 to tell them they can get their shipping money back and that I had NO idea where the chicks were since the last scan was Cleveland at 12:30 Monday afternoon. They showed up at the PO Wed AM and I got an email from Megan at Meyer about 10 AM so she already knew I had them. Seems though the lady at the USPS "problem center" thinks there is a "by 3 PM the next day money back" guarantee, it is actually 72 hours for live animals. Not surprised Meyer knows that. I told Megan the chicks were fine and under their Mama Heating Pad (yes, I snuck that in, aren't I the devious one ) and was going to stick them under a broody hen. She sent back a link on how to stuff them under and mentioned she had to look up MHP . She thinks it sounds good, who knows maybe Meyer will mention it on their site. Then everyone will start hearing about it, sales of red heat lamps will plummet and Blooie will get a Nobel prize (there is one for greatly improving the early lives of poultry, right?) for bringing attention to the Mama Heating Pad Brooding system.