That's right, I'm getting rid of my chickens they're 4 hens and 1 rooster. I will miss them, but it's the right humane thing to do . I got them from ideal poultry last year and they're great layers, but someone called my aunt if they had any laying hens available that they could sell...they didn't, but I did. I would've never known about chickens if it wasn't for my aunt she gave me my first chickens waaaay back about 3-4 years ago because city told her to get rid of her chickens so she gave them to me I mean they're still illegal where I live (we live in the same city state just a few blocks away ) but somehow city lets me keep them Well as the years passed I lost all of my chickens due to predators (dogs, chickens and neighbors) except for my rooster, blue. He was my first rooster and I still have him after all those attacks sadly in one of the attacks his comb got really bad and we had to cut it off because it seem that he was suffering. He still lives with me he's outside right now, but there's NO WAY I'm going to give that rooster away the other rooster is the one I'm giving away The reason I said "...it's the right humane thing to do.." is because if I didn't re-home them fast...they would've been culled because we have no more space for chickens There's a small coop adjacent to my big hens coop...where my chicks live I needed to re-home my big birds because I'm only going to raise bantams from here and on and there wasn't enough space. So bye bye chickens I will miss you all.