8 week old Lakenvelder rooster to good home shipping included

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by Amymac, Jul 25, 2014.

  1. Amymac

    Amymac Hatching

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    Please email shipping instructions if you would like to adopt my 8 week old Lakenvelder rooster. He's handsome and can be reluctantly handled. I can only keep hens. Email with questions if you have any. [email protected]. Rooster is located near Detroit Michigan. Pick up welcome!!!!
     
  2. hammytammy

    hammytammy Chirping

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    is he gone?
    can you successfully ship one bird?
    tammy
     
  3. Amymac

    Amymac Hatching

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    He is still available and although I haven't shipped a chicken before I could call and figure it out if you are truly interested. You would have to ship my dog crate back to me via ups once he arrives. What is your airport?
     
  4. Amymac

    Amymac Hatching

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    Hi Tammy,
    I will be passing through Syracuse NY on Saturday August 9 in the afternoon. We are driving to Boston from Detroit via Canada. If you wanted to meet us in Syracuse and pick up the bird I would be more than happy to bring it in the car with me on our way. But you have to let me know soon because he will have to suffer the axe and then the freezer soon if I don't find a home for him. Let me know soon and you can reach me at the following email address.
    [email protected]
    Best,
    Amy
     
  5. hammytammy

    hammytammy Chirping

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    amy
    No, i cant do that. i bet hes beautiful!
    my airport is binghamton regional but
    i cant imagine how much $ to ship him!!
    i hope he finds a home.
    tammy
     
  6. keesmom

    keesmom Crowing

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    You need to ship through the USPS. That means getting an approved shipping container (horizon or boxesforbirds.com) and Express shipping. Temperatures should be below 80 degrees if you want him to arrive alive.
     
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