My kids' school is having a science presenters night where people in various science professions man a booth at the school so that kids can learn about their field. Though my husband and I are meteorologists, the National Weather Service will already have a booth set up, so I thought I would put together an informational display about backyard chicken raising (agricultural science). I will also have a carton of many different colored eggs from different chicken breeds and my pet chicken(s). So my question is, should I bring all 3 of my chickens (all EEs), or would it be better to just bring one? I have a pet carrier that could fit all three comfortably. One of my pullets in particular, Chickie, is super laid back and friendly, and I was just going to bring her. But all 3 chickens are so different and Touhou, though a bit higher strung, has the most beautiful golden feathers. I'd really love to bring all 3. Chickie will have a chicken diaper on. She is comfortable in it. I wouldn't have a diaper for the other 2. We will be at the school for almost 3 hours (5:30pm-8:15pm). THey would normally all be asleep by then since it gets dark so early. I'll be sure to have water available and some treats...baby wipes for any messes....paper towels too...am I forgetting anything? Am I going to have a poop management issue for the chickens without diapers? I was planning on lining the pet carrier with newspaper covered by pine shavings. I'm exicted and nervous at the same time about this whole adventure! I want my chickens to make a good impression!