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I am not sure if this an appropriate place for this, but I have a Easter Egger Rooster that I would like to give away to someone in the greater Clark County area. I have him posted in the 8 week or older chickens for sale, but no one has even looked. I have 3 roosters and need to get rid of one. They are starting to really fight at 4 months old and I would rather find him a good home than come home to a bunch of hurt roosters and chickens. You can email me for pictures as I can't figure out how to post them on here. He is a sweet boy with a pretty crow, but he came after my initial 2, so I can't keep him sad 

Thanks,
Country Cluck

post #2 of 7

Have you posted him on Craigslist??  Also, try your local feed store.


Edited by Cloverleaf Farm - 12/13/09 at 9:37am
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I did try Craigslist with no intrest. I will try the feed store, but they just sell them once you turn them over to them.

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Yeah, right after I posted that, I went on CL and saw your ad...I posted your pic for you on your auction listing, but thought I'd put it here too for ya!! 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/15879_eeroo.jpg

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Originally Posted by Country Cluck 

I did try Craigslist with no intrest. I will try the feed store, but they just sell them once you turn them over to them.


Hi!  My advise is to keep trying on CL.  I had a (rather ugly) rooster that needed a new home and I posted him one week with no interest at all.  I tried the next week and got 4 calls all at once!  (With 3 more calls waiting when I got home from meeting up with his new owners.) He has a nice home now with a couple that "just needed a rooster" to protect their hens.

Good luck to you and your roo. 

I'm sure you know this, but I wrote a nice little "bio" about egg colors etc. that my roo would eventually be responsible for when his future pullets grow up. 

Keep warm!!  Although, it seems the worst is behind us for now.  (BTW, your rooster is very cute!!) smile

Again, good luck!
-Sally

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Thanks you guys for your help. He is now an Oregonian living in St. Helens protecting 4 girls.

Coutry Cluck

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I think we could give the young rooster a good home. Can you wait one more week when I'm back in town?
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