With all the concerns about chicks sales, bins, uncared for chicks at chain feed stores, poor employee training and now TSC fencing off their chicks, the question comes to the fore. Are we seeing the beginning of the end? Chick sales at stores like Big Box feed store bins are on the edge, it seems. Some posters here mention calling animal protection. Would all this simply mean the end of Chick Days, as we've known them, at stores like this? I'm not sure we can have it both ways. Can't have chicks available at retail stores everywhere, which is popular with people, and have complete prevention of silly behavior by over worked, under trained, and under paid workers, not to mention the behavior of customers, their kids, etc. Should we expect that we shall soon only see a drive up/walk up counter at which folks can order the chicks, sight unseen, like a Big Mac? Their boxed order will be brought out to them. They'll never again see chicks in bins. It'll all be done behind closed doors, the way the hatcheries sell their chicks, either by drive up, walk up or by mail. Is this what it has come to? Does it seem to you that we may be at the end of an era? Thoughts?