4 purebreds all young adult Roosters

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by TalkBahk2Me, May 2, 2017.

  1. TalkBahk2Me

    TalkBahk2Me Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi everyone I have 4 absolutely gorgeous Roos looking for new homes.

    If you would like one or all of them you can have them :)
    All show quality for 4h ffa and under a year

    One Black Orpington roo
    One Barred Rock roo
    One New Hampshire roo
    One Buff Orpington

    Then One EE Barred pattern not show quality. Production only
     
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  3. Nemo G

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    I live in La Vernia Texas. How would we get them to Texas? I know they can mail baby chicks, have no idea on grown chickens.
     
  4. TalkBahk2Me

    TalkBahk2Me Chillin' With My Peeps

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    They can mail adults birds, but it is expensive and not safe to do so for long distance. Sometimes they can be on a he trucks for days and die from improper handling.
    I'm sorry but my birds are local pick up only, for their safety :)
     
  5. RoostersAreAwesome

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    Are you giving them away because you have too many roosters?
     
  6. TalkBahk2Me

    TalkBahk2Me Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi, I see your new to chickens :) Welcome'
    The reason is that I no longer raise these breeds, & The minimum requirement for standard breeds is one roo to 4 hens. No need for extra roos whom have no hens- since the hens have been sold.
    I'm offereing them to anyone needing a purebred roo for their hens.

    Barred EE has been rehomed.
     
  7. RoostersAreAwesome

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    I'm not new to chickens, just new to this forum.
     

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