I always find it interesting when people say "I'll only sell to a non-meat bird home," or "you have to keep me up to date on their life," or whatever the case may be. Although I usually ask what the plans are when someone buys a bird from me, I dont usually make demands before selling them. I dont agree with saying "you have to do such and such, or this and that." If I find myself thinking about demands and conditions of a sale, then I'm not prepared to fully release that bird to begin with. In my opinion, when you accept money for an animal, and transfer ownership you dont have any further rights to the animal, and shouldn't set such demands. Whats your standpoint?