So far so good! Its my first time ever raising a back yard flock and so far, only a few problems. One chick, Checkers, had pasty butt the first day, but with a little butt bath and some monitoring, the problem has gone. Noticing a lot more poop in the brooder already too, so lots of cleaning for the little 4. The only concern I have is one seemed to have diarrhea this morning, but upon some further reading, found out that once in awhile they can pass a softer stool, but we are keeping an eye out just in case it continues. The fantastic 4 seem to be adapting well, already seem to be growing and are so much fun! Jacks likes to chirp VERY loudly if the other three are sleeping and she doesn't want to. Bunny is definitely the leader, but that's probably just because of her size! And Ruby is my favorite. the smallest of the 4, she already has such a gentle disposition, and will fall asleep when I hold her against my chest. Here are some pictures! Ruby Jacks Bunny Checkers Also here is our boxer, Daisy, who now thinks she is a mama hen, constantly watches them and will come running when Jacks starts chirping loudly in protests to everyone's nap!