EE/Americauna Roos need new home - Colorado

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by Jeepgirl, Sep 6, 2013.

  1. Jeepgirl

    Jeepgirl Out Of The Brooder

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    I let my hen sit on the eggs too long. I ended up with babies. 11 of them! They're still too young to know which are hens and which are roos, but I can't keep any of the roos. I'm already riding a fine line in my neighborhood with the one roo I do have!

    So in a few weeks, when I know which are roos, I'd like to find them homes. They appear to be mostly EE/Americauna crosses. I do have one EE/buff orpington cross for sure, but not sure if that's a boy yet or not!

    I'm keeping all the gals with my flock.

    I'm located near Estes Park, CO. I am willing to drive them within an hour of zip code 80540.
     

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