Once again, in the process of getting more hens I've inevitably produced more roos as well. As much as I like them, and as handsome as they are, they are beginning to stress one another and fight, as well as over-breed the poor hens. It isn't safe for them anymore and I need to find them a new home. They can go together as meat birds or individual (or in pairs or trios) to be the main-man of a flock. All of them are healthy, none are necessarily tame but they do come for treats and have been around people their whole lives. Only one has shown aggression and that was as a little baby, so I'm hoping he's grown out of that (he protected his mother when he was just a couple weeks old, so cute). Anyways, we live near Marysville, Ohio and are willing to drive half-way to meet up with people but only as long as the drive is under 2-hours. Please let me know which one(s) you are interested in. Feel free to ask questions. THANKS! The chicken on the right is a rooster as well, named Enigma, a Dalmatian Bantam cross (OEGB, Silkie and Sebright) he is white with slight Paint pattern and light skin This handsome boy is Reeko (originally Reeka), he too is a Dalmatian Bantam cross (silkie, sebright and OEGB, possible Rosecomb). Hatched around January 16 of this year, he is a incredibly good looking boy with some red spangling on he wings, a creamy white body and dark blue/grey skin Celestial is Reeko's non-biological brother and obviously a silkie mix. He is a handsome partridge color with a red/purple comb and feathered feet. He is larger than your average bantam (you can tell by the bantam hen in the back for comparison) but not a standard Now this is Bugaby, and he has a LOT of personality (must get it from the sebright in him). He also is a Dalmatian mix bantam and carries the crest and muffs to show the silkie side of things. Hatched January 29th of this year, he is mostly a pearl white with some black paint spots and greyish leg skin. As a chick he escaped his crate and was near death and had to be brought back with warmth. Since then he's always had some attitude (he's the one that would attack my hand to protect his mother at only a couple weeks of age). This here is Iota (originally Iola). Incredibly handsome blue and lemon mix with a gorgeous rose comb and dark skin, he loves the ladies and is fairly large for a bantam mix (the silkie side makes him larger). Hatched around August 1 of 2016, he is one of my more unique looking roos. Bugaby again StarFire is my only standard rooster available. He is a Buff Brahma mix (not sure with what) and has a gorgeous firey red body with green-sheen tail and hackle feathers. He is a good rooster and fathered plenty of chicks, but he isn't my top rooster and my top rooster has been arguing with him now that he is fully mature.