Morning all.... I've had no problems pricing my pullets and hens when selling them. I ask $20-$25 for point of lay/young pullets, and drop that down as the hen ages. I don't always sell right away at those prices, but since I'm in no hurry I don't have problems getting rid of birds eventually. So that's my starting point. Where I'm running into difficulty is pricing chicks, and want to see what you all are doing... First I have my blue egg laying blue sex link pullets. I'm thinking $5 at day old, increasing by a dollar a week for brooding/feed/etc. That would make a 20 week pullet $25, which I believe my market would support. Next I have silkies and silkie/cochin crosses. These guys have me stumped on pricing. The pen is a silkie rooster over a silkie hen and some bantam cochin hens, so chicks can be silkie or smooth. I have no way to sex these little guys, so they have to be sold straight run. I feel comfortable with the price on the sex links as I can guarantee pullets, but how about this group? If I grow them out and can sex them, I'm good with pricing. It's the straight run that leaves me puzzled. Ideas/suggestions/input? Thanks so much!