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9 hens and 4 Roos in need of rehoming~ All free~ CA {REHOMED}

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by CherriesBrood, Jan 7, 2016.

  1. CherriesBrood

    CherriesBrood Chicken Photographer Premium Member

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    Hello, I have a big flock of hens and roosters! 9 of my hens are getting older and some have stopped producing eggs, where as others are still slightly laying. I need to rehome them because I want to make my flock young again, the only issue is I want them to go to a home that will not eat them and let them live out their lives in peace. They're ages are from 2 1/2 to 4. My coop is only so big and I don't have room for these ones to stay if I'm getting new chicks. (I would love if I could have them stay with me)
    These are very docile birds, they have been treated as pets (even though they live outside)
    Their breeds are:
    Buff Orpington
    Black sex link
    White leghorn 2
    Golden laced Wyandotte
    Coco maroon
    Barred rock
    Americuna
    Black astralop


    I also have 4 roosters that need new homes too. 2 are still babies they are 5 weeks and I would like them to go to the same home together because they hatched together and they are all each other knows. Another one is 6 months the other one is 2 1/2.
    These are very good boys I've raised them all since chicks and have hatched three of them myself.
    Two are Coco Maroons (including one baby) and another one is a Brown leghorn, and the other baby is a golden laced Wyandotte.

    Dixon and Pepe the babies (they are 5 weeks old now)
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    KokoMoe (Coco maroon)

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    August (Brown leghorn) He's a good protecter, but is not docile.

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    If the hens and KokoMoe could all go to the same home that would be great they are like family to one another.

    I would not like any of my birds to go to an unloving home or one that will use them for meat.

    I live in California near Grass Valley, if you interested in any of my birds please send me a message or email me at [email protected] and I can give you more information.

    Thank you,
    CherriesBrood
     
    Last edited: Jan 18, 2016
  2. CherriesBrood

    CherriesBrood Chicken Photographer Premium Member

    If you know anybody that would be interested too please feel free to tell me. I'm open to all.
     
  3. calpal212

    calpal212 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I would love some young pullets, we do not eat our chickens! But would need them shipped, if possible. Thank you!
     
  4. CherriesBrood

    CherriesBrood Chicken Photographer Premium Member

    Thank you, but we can't ship our birds, I'm sorry I wish we lived closer.
     
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2016
  5. CherriesBrood

    CherriesBrood Chicken Photographer Premium Member

    Would anyone be interested in them? They are good birds, some still lay eggs and they just kind of need a retirement home.
     
  6. CherriesBrood

    CherriesBrood Chicken Photographer Premium Member

    Anybody?
     

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