My Wife and I got into chickens early in the year and it was a labor of love from the building of the coop and run, to the brooding of the chicks, but it all came to a halt when my Wife was diagnosed with cancer on October 21st. Previous to this she had been looking after my elderly Mother who lives next door, while I work full time to barely keep a roof over our heads. Since she started having problems with her back, I have been looking after Mom, looking after my Wife, working full time and I'm afraid chickens are taxing time I simply have run out of. I'm not sure whether to let them all go just yet, but I do need to offload this fine looking, strapping young rooster who we named Major. I would put him in the freezer, but I simply don't have time to do it, so I'm willing to give him away. He became pretty rough on our three Buff Orpington hens, terrorizing them to the point that they didn't want to come out of the coop in the morning and I was afraid he was becoming a danger to the Silkies. He might be fine with a bigger flock of ladies and whether you keep, or eat him is all the same to me. He's a biggun, he's he's healthy as a horse and about 8 months old. It would be a huge help to help Major find another home. I have a couple Silkie Roos I'm getting rid of too, so let me know if you're interested.