The Chicks are in the Mail, Literally!
Have you ever wondered what it is like to receive chicks in the mail? Come along and follow Jess as she picks up her chicks from the local post office. Learn about the process, what the package looks like, and what you need in your brooder to get you started.
Looking for some more information on getting started with raising chicks, check out our blog on Chick Brooding For Beginners.
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