Health experts warn about buying baby chicks for Easter

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DENVER -- Sales of baby chicks go way up around Easter compared to any other time of the year.

There are a few reasons to think twice before buying those cute chicks. One is that they're going to grow up and require constant care just like any other pet.

Another concern is from the Colorado Department of Public Health. It's salmonella.

Dan Daru shows us what to consider before bringing home a baby chick in his video report above.