I ordered 16 chicks from Meyers last spring. The chicks were shipped promptly and all were alive and with a tad bit of help for one, they all survived. BUT!!!!!!!!! I ordered 3 Cream Legbars, two girls and one boy. As they grew up, I could tell that I had three hens and no boys. Just how could Meyers screw up sex link chicks? Male one day old CL chicks have a predominant white spot on their head! I was actually worried from the start as all three had chipmunk stripes. I called Meyers and they gave me a credit. Thanks for nothing. And The Meyers Cream Legbars are laying pastel green eggs, no where near any shade of blue. Additionally Two of the 16 chicks became very aggressive towards the others and eventually I had to get rid of the two; one copper egger, and one BCM. And now My lavender orpington rooster is becoming increasing aggressive to humans especially me. He will even rush the chicken wire when I simply walk around the outside of the run. He is always poised to attack when I am in the run cleaning or tossing scratch and he will attack and not back down. Looks like I will have to get rid of him too. He is huge. Other issues The Olive Egger lays the same pastel green eggs as my Easter Eggers....no where near olive. In fact the EEs, the Cream Legbars and the Olive eggers all lay the same color eggs. A real bummer. I was hoping for and paying for a nice colored Easter basket. Also I've owned chickens before and these from Meyer are the most unfriendly and skittish birds I've ever owned. They were hand raised as chicks but now they won't let you get close to them let alone have a hen squat for me. Conclusion I will never order form Meyers again. It appears that all their colored eggers lay the same color eggs and there seems to be an aggressive streak in their lineages. And they messed up a sex link order. Meyers needs to start a new flock in my opinion as it appears they have lost any true breed characteristics with their current flocks and results in a bunch of mutts.