First of all, hi from Pittsburgh! Nice to see so many PA chicken lovers here.
Second, I'm not sure where to post this--I've cross listed it in local laws and ordinances--but maybe it would be relevant to any PA folks on this thread, too. I just received this information below from a friend, and am passing it on here, since these roos apparently now need homes because of our local laws and ordinances. Please spread the word if you can. I do not have anymore information about the roos than what you see here (I do not know number, breeds, ages, etc.)--please contact the W. Pa. Humane Society if you are interested.
Several roosters have come to live at the Western PA Humane Society farm on Fallen Timber Road in Elizabeth. The roosters need to find homes very soon. Unfortunately, the City of Pittsburgh has an ordinance that limits residents to a total of five chickens, and local authorities have begun to enforce the ordinance when they receive complaints by neighbors. A number of hens and roosters came to live at Fallen Timber as a result of these sweeps. The hens found homes immediately. In fact, the Fallen Timber facility now keeps a list of people waiting for more hens to become available for adoption. The roosters at Fallen Timber, however, still need good homes. Anyone interested can google: Western Pennsylvania Humane Society Fallen Timber for contact information and directions to the farm. Thanks so much.