CL has been my best bet. My advice it to remember it's free, and there's no limit on words and you can post a lot of pics. Drives me nuts when I see ads there along the lines of "Roosters to good home". That's it, no information about breed, price, etc. I've found if you invest a little in marketing, you have much better results. If your birds don't already have names, give them names. Take your time and get decent pictures. Write a little paragraph about them, make them likable. Emphasize your birds aren't especially found in your area if that's true.
Here's an ad I ran recently for my Faverolles cockerel. It took a week, but I did get my asking price for him, and more importantly found a good home. He was just too nice of a bird to eat
Gabriel (named after comedian Gabriel Iglesias, cause he's so fluffy lol) is a beautiful Salmon Faverolles cockerel. I'd planned to put him in a breeding pen this spring, but I just lost my last Faverolles Pullets to a predator this weekend. I'm Cockerel heavy and he's just too nice of a bird to put in the pot. He's 9 months old and will still fill out more over the next few months, he's currently 8 lbs. He's a very nice, correct bird and would do well showing at the fair this coming year. He has heavily feathered feet that have not fared so well with my muddy run. Someone who could give him appropriate housing would see large paddle like feathering come back soon.
Edited by donrae - 1/21/16 at 4:11pm
I treat my birds more like livestock than pets, but I have a feeling he would be perfectly content to be a lap chicken! He's very calm and docile, tries to eat from my hand but my head rooster chases him off. If you want an eye candy pet, Gabriel is the one for you!
I'm asking $20 for him but am open to offers or trades, but no more chickens!