D'Uccle Hen in need of a new home - prefferably free range

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by Cluky, Oct 4, 2013.

  1. Cluky

    Cluky Songster

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    I have a Mille Fleur D'Uccle pullet that is at the bottom of the pecking order and is just not doing well because of this with my current flock. She was a later addition with one of her cage mates from a feed store but my flock just hasn't accepted her. Because of this she got anxiety and is picking on herself. I feel that if I would find a home for her with a free range opportunity she would be a wonderful addition to the flock. She is sweet and I am working on handling her as well. Please let me know if anyone is interested or you would like to see pictures.

    She is 6 months old/hasn't started laying yet.
     
  2. Mr Gamecock

    Mr Gamecock In the Brooder

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    I am very intrested. Where do live? do you ship? and I free range my 7 girls and the rooster. I would love to see pictures! I live on a farm type thing so she would live in a good place
     
  3. Cluky

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    I am in Chicago. I don't know the first thing about trying to ship a chicken though. never had to do it :(
     
  4. Cluky

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    Private message me your e-mail and I will send pics. For whatever reason I haven't been able to post pictured on here for at least 6 months now.
     
  5. Cluky

    Cluky Songster

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    BUMP.
     
  6. mickielee

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    Have you found a home for your sweety yet?
     
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  8. Cluky

    Cluky Songster

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    This hen has gone to her new home. Thank you for responses. For some reason this listing cannot be close by me even though I opened it.
     

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