Ok, here's the deal... We got 8 chicks in June (hatched May 30 at McMurray), set up a coop/run for them, and have been loving it! However, our Family Council recently decided that, well, their area looked a lot bigger when they were a lot smaller. We don't want them to be crowded. Also... we recently discovered that one of our "pullets" must be a rooster, because we have DEFINITE bullseyes in our eggs. I have no idea which one is the roo. Roos are illegal here, so we're also culling to that end. "He" is not crowing yet. So... we now have 4 chickens to find new homes for. I have no idea what is a fair price for a 5 1/2 month old bird, but I trust people here to give me a fair price (we also accept pellets/scratch/oyster shell/shavings as trade commodities) Having never posted pics before, here we go!!! (Oh, and BTW, that stuff they're standing in/eating is a pumpkin pie that I forgot to add sugar to... so it's just pumpkin. Kids said but the birds loved it) Meet Tawny! I think she's a RIR or some variety of Red Sexlink. She's very sweet. Good behavior. Meet Raven! (looked like a crow as a chick, hence the name) I don't know what breed, and I'm not even sure she's a she... Any ideas? Very curious, likes to explore places and new people. Meet Mahogany! Again, no idea what breed, or even gender. I'd love to hear your input! Mahogany is well-behaved, and fairly noisy. Her "twin" is laying pretty light-brown eggs most days, and has a squishy-looking short comb. (I wish I knew more chicken terms) Meet Kim! (yeah, named by my 7yr old) I'm pretty sure she's a silver spangled Hamburg. Very well behaved, a little skittish. These are all good girls... except whoever is a boy, of course. So, any takers?