We had a serious issue with our local post office putting our chicks on a truck at the beginning of February with it being 30* outside. Live chicks aren't an abnormal thing in the area, and they thought they were being helpful. Yeah....I lost 23 of 26 chicks. Anyways, what is the usual delivery policy with hatching eggs? Do they deliver to the door? Put them in the dreaded neighborhood mail boxes? Call for pick up? We called twice about the chicks to complain - right afterwards, and then again after we'd lost the last of the weak chicks to stress/chilling. We stressed that it is NOT USPS policy to put animals on the trucks, and that if anything, they should have been put in a heated van. The package was clearly marked with our number, as well. But I digress...Should we call ahead to let them know we had this issue before and will be expecting two packages of hatching eggs?