I ordered three baby Light Brahma chicks from Nature's Hatchery, and paid for their special small order box. I actually received 10 chicks, and there wasn't anything "special" about the box that I could see. Three of the chicks look like photos I've seen of Light Brahmas, and I think there are two Dark Brahmas in the batch, plus maybe a Rhode Island Red, a Barred Rock, and three totally unknown. Since my city won't allow any more than three chickens I now need to find homes for the extras. Since the 7 extra chicks were probably thrown in to keep my three chicks warm, the extras are probably all cockerels - which makes the job of giving them away even more difficult. I'll head to the local county fair tomorrow and see if I can find a chicken-raising kid who'll take them off my hands. I sent an email to the hatchery to find out if this is the standard way for them to ship a small order of chicks, but I have not yet received a response. Has anyone else encountered this problem? If I had an actual farm, I wouldn't mind feeding them until old enough for the freezer, but I can't do that in my city. Since I've never seen a Light Brahma chick in person, I'm worried that I'll give away the chicks I actually ordered. I think they're the light gray ones at the far left and far right in the picture below (one of the chicks is outside the shot). Am I right?