My marketing skills are basically non-existent so I hope some of you can help. Last spring our meat bird/cornish X birds sold very well. We only intended to do 200 as that was the size limit for the pen we had ready. Anyway, what I want to do is create a post card type of thing that I can give to existing customers as well as give out to others I've talked to in order to get an idea of how many birds we should be prepared to raise next year. We have a whole other barn (former turkey barn) that we aren't using yet except for storage and intend to use our down time this winter to rehab it into chicken pens - layers and meat birds. How should I word the postcard to advise it is just an 'interest indicator' for planning purposes and does not obligate the individual to purchase anything at this point? Anyone that returns the card would be contacted again in early spring to confirm their order. Any help your suggestions you could provide would be greatly appreciated. The examples I've come up with so far sound really retarded.