Well, my new chicks arrived safely on Thursday, and they've been stuffing themselves on crumbles ever since. I'd forgotten how fast they grow, they're already growing in wing feathers! Some of them, we're having a very hard time figuring out what they are. We know the Salmon Faverolle, the Black Langshans, and the Buff Brahma. But . . . what's extremely tiny, gray, with black legs and beak, and exceptionally short and sleek baby fuzz? (it looked like it had a crew cut, on day 1) It's the smallest of all our bantam chicks, by far, also the most inquisitive and fearless. The Three Amigos bantams look sort of like Sebrights, we think. But one of them is a gorgeous chestnut color and all of them seem a bit overly dark. Whaddya think? Here's a pic of our Black Langshans . . just because she's gorgeous. This little chick, we call Spangles, because of the pretty red on cream coloring it has. I suspect it's one of the pied-looking breeds like a white-laced red Cornish bantam. Here's a pic of our packing peanut roos. They're fairly obnoxious. We call them things like Cacciatore, Stew, Alfredo, Gumbo, and Teriyaki. They're going to be separated from the bantams soon, as they're bullying the small guys. That's enough for now, I guess, hubby is complaining about my typing while he sleeps, lol. Aren't they all gorgeous though???