Merry Christmas and a happy New Year, everyone!
I believe my Neiderrheiner babies are ready to go to a new home, although it is very hard for me to part with them. :^) I'm sharing with you all first, in case anyone is interested.
Back story - I can have hens and roosters where I live, unless the neighbors complain about noise - and I have one neighbor who will do just that. So I am letting them go as a pair because I feel they are most useful to someone as a pair and because they are very attached to each other. I don't want to cause them distress! Maybe someone close enough will take them and be able to trade me back two hens next summer? My wishful thinking. I live in Southern California and I will not ship them - too dear to me to have them die in a box en route! I am asking $120 for the pair or best offer (or ??).
They hatched September 24th from Brinkhaven eggs. No vaccinations. They eat Scratch and Peck no corn/no soy/no GMO feed, lots of organic greens, what they forage, lots of pumpkin and squash, kitchen scraps...they are happy, healthy birds. They live in a run with 12 other chickens, and choose to roost on a bar 6 feet up at the top of the run at night, rather than inside the coop. Last night was in the low 30's, days are in the mid 60's right now. They are incredibly friendly, gentle, and curious.
PM me if interested.
Here are pics I took this morning.