Hi, folks! I'm stuck in bed with bronchitis, but I have a friend taking my extra roos to Garnett to go to freezer camp tonight. I thought I'd post a quick list in case someone is in need of one of them, as a few are part of a project: French Black Copper Marans- My line is GIANT compared to other lines I've hatched. Grow much larger, faster, very friendly and lay a reasonable number of good, dark eggs. Some of these roos have eyes a bit dark, but otherwise, excellent...other than the fact that I hatched all roos this year. I sold most of my flock and hatched these for one last customer...but I kept a trio, so I'm not out of the game completely. Gold-Laced/Isabel/Porcelain Orp Project- These are large Orps with incomplete lacing, carrying Lavender & possibly Mottled genes. I have kept the ones I liked best and had several extras. Very sweet boys with great genes, just too many, Bantam Salmon Faverolles carrying Lavender- Just one, and he looks like a normal banty salmon fav roo- lost all of my females when a caretaker neglected to let them out this summer during the heat, and he's the lone flock survivor from my Lav. Fav. project. Blue Copper Marans- Hatched from another breeder's stock, not French-legged, not enormous...just normal, pretty, sweet. South American crested- These are from a stewardship that has resulted (like everything this year) in way too many roos. They are a light-bodied, crested bird with slate legs and ruddy shoulders. Very self-sufficient and great watchdogs. Prefer to live in trees. The ship heads out this evening for freezer-camp drop-off if you have a forever home for one, EMAIL me. If you like one, you can post here so others know, but I won't get back here, necessarily. I'll hold on to roos requested and ship them at buyer's cost from zip 66044 with a $10 box fee. Feel free to ask questions.