After almost a year in search of someone with an actual group of SQ LF Partridge Rocks, the entire community agrees, those holding them have one or two or a few. No one is holding a good sized group or flock. The one guy who does have some had a crappy year for eggs/hatching so he's NONE available. That's it. That's just not right. I'm not waiting to find show birds. I'm going to start with hatchery and the one heritage breeder and work upwards. I found a guy with show whites and some interest in helping out. I found the article on the color's development and have written asking for any further information. Crohio's Plymouth Rock Club really has tried to be helpful. Big zero, despite calls and emails and lots of people trying to be helpful. I will probably be able to get a show cockeral or cock next year with any luck. So no rock eggs for the bator. But hatchery chicks due late this month. I'll use them and the whites, order a few Sandhill chicks when the season hits to see if they're holding better quality. Order from the one heritage flock in Oregon and see what they have. I'm going fishing for chickens! And I'll cull and work on meaties and just WORK at it. Somebody needs to, it seems a shame that I can't find them in at least a few places doing well. On the bator side of the thing I've been just checking my hygrometers indoors. Sigh, my home interior humidity runs from 60-75. I bet I won't be adding much water to that bator if I ever do get eggs. One of the dogs had to go to the vet. No eggs of other breeds for me until the first of the month at least. Titan is developing spinal arthritis and he needed pred and more meds yesterday. It sucks. But that's aging for you. I'll need a lot of help, but hey, you nutcases are already inmates. You'll be here when I need you. Chuckle.