7 week old Australorp pullet TN/AL state line

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by tnmommy, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. tnmommy

    tnmommy Songster

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    Australorp pullet bought from local farm, a bit too "wild" for my situation. She will probably do well free ranging in the daytime. My little boy likes to pet the chickens and she is not very friendly. Trying to handle her every day to calm her, but really need to find her a new home. Was a hatchery chick but not sure if vaccinated for anything. I am assuming so, as she came from backyard chickens. Pick up only. Loretto TN.
     
  2. chrisman1019

    chrisman1019 Hatching

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    Are you still looking to get rid of your pullet? I live in Columbia and could pick it up later this afternoon.
     
  3. tnmommy

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    I will be home this Saturday but I am out of town at the moment. Let me get back with you, and thanks:).
     
  4. tnmommy

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    She is about 6-7 weeks old and fully feathered.
     
  5. chrisman1019

    chrisman1019 Hatching

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    That sounds great. I could come on Saturday if that works for you. Just let me know:)
     
  6. tnmommy

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    My sister in law agreed to take her, so my son could still "visit" her. She will be in a free-range environment, so she may be happier. Thanks anyway:)
     
  7. chrisman1019

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    No problem. I have 18 pullets myself that free range. Sounds like an ideal situation since your son can still visit:)
     

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