I got a wishlist from my brother's brother-in-law (ah, how chicken trains work!), and his family is looking for barred Rocks, Ameraucana, Polish, Silkie hens for eggs, family entertainment and 4H showing. I have already rehomed my Silkies and don't have any of these available otherwise. I'm trying to talk them into one of @SallyinIndiana's Sumatra roosters for showing. The only faults I've seen on these boys is that they don't have multiple spurs. I think I can get them some EEs on the cheap, and I'm not sure how much they're willing to pay for anything yet, but if you PM me prices, pictures, whatever, I'll get back to you when I get that info.
Also, I'm pretty sure nobody wants another rooster, but wanted to put it out there that I have several eligible bachelors available for rehoming.
If anyone is looking to get into Breda, @jchny2000 still has at least one cock remaining. Last I visited, a blue and splash roo remained. I took in one (my youngest has claimed him already!), and he's an elusive ninja of a rooster. Makes almost no noise whatsoever and has a knack for disappearing. He's pretty calm but not used to being handled. An extremely unique looking bird with the coolest schnoz I've ever seen (also, great white earlobes and a bell bottom suit!). I've been really happy to have him, truth be told. Immediately comes off as wise beyond his years, quite intelligent, but shy. Most owners report them to be quite majestic, poised, even regal.
Between me and @jchny2000 , several Sumatra roosters could also stand to find new homes. Faults were mentioned above. they grow into really impressive specimens and seem destined to make the best looking halfbreeds imaginable. Even an EE can look dreadfully sexy when he's half-Sumatra . Colors are black, splash, *birchen* and blue. So far, the Sumatras have been universally ladies men who gleefully cluck away when they find something tasty. Haven't had any problems with mine raping the girls or fighting with roosters from/in my yard (however, they have shown themselves to be very capable and efficient flock guardians who will run off intruders). The birchen is particularly protective of the girls and very alert to aerial predators. For the most part, they're pretty calm and like to pose.
I have one mixed-breed roo available. We think he's a BSL/Sumatra cross. Utterly silent rooster who comes in to sleep... in the rafters of my garage. His only fault is pooping on me when I'm shutting everyone in for the night (and he always looks down at me after he's done it with an "Oh poop, I'm about to really get it, aren't I?" expression). Gets along well with everyone, doesn't fight at all, hasn't been mean with the ladies. He's gold birchen and growing up to be absolutely stunning. Very shiny and starting to get some meaningful breadth to his chest (and some super cool blond eyebrows).
I also have a splash-laced red Wyandotte up for grabs. He's been treated for a respiratory infection and come out really well. Gets along with the other birds very well, hasn't crowed yet, not aggressive but occasionally rather proud (and boy, oh boy, have his senior officers disciplined him for that!). With a little handling, he's quite tame (and really soft!). while being treated in the house, he was more than happy to roost on shoulders and laps, hang out and watch TV with us. Now that he's been reintroduced to his own kind (and a lot of bigger, older birds) he's gotten back into being a bit more circumspect (read "shy") with people. He's definitely got a spine and not too afraid to show it when he's the roughest thing in the yard. He can badmouth turkey toms to their faces, so I'm pretty sure it's just the overwhelming number of competition outside that's tempering his zeal. Splash is a great color to keep if you want a lot of blue-laced birds around. He's a lot more splash than red (the red shows up more on his chest and wings, but most of him is a light blue color). I recently acquired an older, chubbier, less zealous, somewhat whipped BLRW who's working out really well in the yard, so I figured I'd go ahead and put Sparky (the SLRW) on the market, just in case anyone was looking for a heap of blue-laced babies in the near future. I think he's going to be a very alert and active flock guardian as he grows up (especially if he's one of the older guys in the yard). He does chase off cats.
I'm not in a huge hurry to find these guys homes, it's just that nine roosters in yard my size is a bit crowded (and loud for the neighbors). I took them in with the promise that I would find them good homes if they worked out, and they didn't, we'd process them. Well, they've all worked out very well so far, so here's your chance for some cheap roos