I hope this hasn't been posted...I searched several times and found nothing. I have been selling extra roosters from hatches. Presumably, the folks buying them are buying them to eat. My brother asked me the other day if this is legal...and mentioned that he wondered if someone got sick from eating one, would they have a good reason to sue me? I'd never thought of that before (I'm pretty naiive!!). I just spoke with a friend who has a JD; she said that first, I should not mention anything about selling them for eating. I should sell them as "pets." Secondly, she said I should get a receipt book, and give the buyer a receipt with a disclaimer on it (one of those books that give a carbonless copy of the receipt). She suggested something along the lines of "these chickens are sold as pets, and I claim no responsibility if they are used otherwise" or something like that. Has anyone been doing this and, if so, what verbiage do you use to protect yourselves? THANKS SO MUCH in advance!