I ended up with a frazzle and a frizzle chick. I wasn't too thrilled about the frazzle, but decided I was ok with it. I know people like frizzles, and all frizzle chicks might be a way to take something off feed cost now and then. BUT I just watched this little frazzle jump and its feathers brush the box and one broke off. Just like that, just that easy. Now I'm thinking frizzle chicks or no, this just isn't right. A bird that can't keep warm in winter, that can't fly to reach a perch, that sun burns, and whose feathers will break off in a breeze? I feel bad for this bird. The thing is, these birds are not my pets. I like my birds, care about my birds, but they are not pets. They are for eggs and meat for my household, and while I may be willing to put out a lower perch, I have no intention of making other special accomodations like clothes for a chicken or shading my entire run, or having a chicken in my house or running up a higher electric bill by heating my coop for this single bird, strapping on a mini umbrella, or slathering it down with sunscreen etc etc etc. I thought before "well it will probably be ok...I think....I hope..." but after what I just saw... I'm second guessing this bird. So...what do I do with it? Try and sell it as a pet to someone? Let it stay through the summer and sell or slaughter it before winter? I'm not too sure, as I had never even heard of frizzling or frazzling before I figured out that I had one by searching to figure out what in the world was wrong with these chicks feathers!