I'm charging too much? I'm selling pure breed chicks, and also some mixed breeds, most have lineage that stems from breeder stock, I hatched them myself, I raised them, I fed them, I loved them, I made sure all their physical needs were taken care of, but people don't want to buy them at the price I sell them. So, I'm frustrated. Seriously, is asking $8 for for a 3 to 8 week old chick too much? I mean, I've gotten over the hurdle where there's the chance they could die, they are healthy, hearty, eating good and putting on the proper weight, and spoiled rotten. And I've had several people say they can get them cheaper elsewhere. Ok, maybe you can. But GOOD stock? I dunno, maybe I'm just grumbly. I've seen people sell their birds for $15 a piece. For all the effort I put into these birds, i don't know. It's beginning to not look worth it to sell chicks. Maybe just enough for my own flocks, and then just sell eggs. I have tons of chicks and no one wants them. Especially the mixes. I have some of the absolute CUTEST little Silkie/Cochin mixes, and no one wants them. Looks like I'm going to have a very colorful flock, and I'll HAVE to stop breeding if I'm forced to house the kids with the parents permanently. So, I'm wondering, what do you all sell yours for? And is there a different way I should be going about doing this? Maybe make pre-orders and sell them as day olds for like $2.50? Then it's their problem if they don't make it, not mine. Me, personally, I would pay more for a good quality bird that will survive vs a newly hatched chick that could catch a chill on the ride home and croak. Am I being too picky about this? It's driving me nuts!!! Any advice, please, offer it. Looks like I'll have to do something about all the little extra roos... I mean, how cute are these little faces???