they had a sign above some beautiful chicks....Black Jersey Giant Pullets, $3.89 each. Perfect. This is a breed I have been wanting to try. I get an even dozen. This was the middle of March. Into the brooder they go, all growing well, not extremely fast. Hit the gawky stage at about 9 weeks, they looked just plain ol' ugly!! But with a little more time they out grow ugly and are just plain beautiful. So now it is August and I am the proud owner of 12...that's right, count them, 12 Black Jersey Giant ROOSTERS. Of course I am assuming the chicken sexer either needed glasses or was having an off day or someone at TSC dropped the ball. They are quite large and it is hard to believe but all 12 get along with each other, not a whole lot of fighting going on amongst themselves. Every once in a while they get their dander up and try to muscle the Blue Slate Tom I have off of his throne, but he out weighs them and is twice as tall, so they give up pretty quickly. Some times they will chase one of the little bantam roosters around, but the banties are friends with my Pot bellied pig and they will hide behind her. She lets the Jersey Boyz know they are not welcome in her pen. So, I am NOT going to be feeding 12 useless roosters forever and have made up my mind, except for the largest and handsomest of the bunch, the rest will be going into the freezer in a couple of weeks. I think the part that upset me is that TSC didn't care at all about the mistake. Pretty much said tough luck. Didn't even offer me some of my money back as cockerels are usually way cheaper than pullets. I will be doing all of my chick buying from Cackle Hatchery. Great people, great service and a wonderful selection of chicks. I got my Blue Slate turkeys from them and next year I will be adding some Royal Palms to the mix. I also recently received an order of Guinea Fowl. I order 15 and got 20. 5 of each color variety. Beautiful birds. This is the Blue Slates at 14 weeks old.