Chickens have this bad habit of hatching more roosters then hens. I've been working on a breeding project for over a year now and have a few too many roosters from it. Some of them are just so handsome that I wanted to give them a chance to find another home. I like all my roosters, but it simply isn't healthy for my flock to have too many per hen, so I'm cutting down on their numbers. These guys are available to anyone who can meet us up to two hours away from Marysville in Ohio. We can't ship because of the cost and legality, but we are willing to meet people half-way to enable a longer distance. No, you don't have to take all these roosters, if one catches your fancy, just say so and we can bring him to you. Thanks so much for considering. Bubs is a 1 year-old Buff Brahma Rooster from McMurray Hatchery. He was hand-raised by me but does not enjoy being handled. However, he is also not aggressive and enjoys treats. He is very handsome and a good father. Dastan is a Silkie, Old English Game, Sebright mix rooster and around 1 year-old as well. He was raised by his mother but also enjoys coming for treats and is a good father. He is around the size of a silkie rooster with five toes. He is white but has spots on the skin of his legs (from paint genes). Rain is a Blue Silkie crossed with the above roosters sister. He is around 10 weeks of age and was raised by his mother but has been handled, though with age he is more skittish. He has a crest and silkied feathers but his legs are free of feathering, which makes him less likely to get leg mites or muddy feet. Noel is Rain's brother. He is around 5-6 months of age (hatched the day after Christmas) but doesn't get along with our other roosters. He has a slight limp from being bullied, but is otherwise beautiful, healthy rooster.