Our city ordinance allows 10 poultry per property, and chickens fall under the noise laws, so a rooster is fine as long as there is no noise complaint. Ok, that aside. We are slowly working toward your typical homestead solution i guess, where we just cull excess roosters/bad hens. People in this area do a poor job (honestly people in a lot of areas) understanding the laws and getting caught up in cute chicks and not thinking things through. Free roosters end up on craigslist often. Very often. There are 5 on there now and one for $15. If we got them all, that's less than $3 per bird. My husband and i are trying to decide what our responsibility is. Anyone who includes a full personality description and glitter feeders and an instragram account for their rooster is obviously out, but for the most part, is it good manners to offer to get the roo and explain that it will almost certainly be made into nourishment, or should we simply say "we can take him" and leave it at that unless they ask? Do other people on here do this?