I got my baby chicks out of the house today! Wahoo!! They were housed in a dryer box for a brooder and they would fly out and poop everywhere. Not fun times. My husband and I converted an old enclosed trailer (that used to be a recycling collection container) into a grow out pen. It is fabulous! But..... My hubby enclosed a portion of the trailer with styrofoam panels so they would have a "box" to get in and stay warm at night. And the little stinkers are eating it! They have plenty of food, water, chick grit, a sandbox to dust bathe in, and fresh greens w/ dirt attached to eat. So my question is- will ingesting some styrofoam hurt them? It would be kinda hard to get the panels out now, but I don't want them to get sick or die. Heck, we've had such good luck! Ordered 15 from MyPetChicken and 15 babies moved to the grow out pen today.