We are looking at rehoming our 15-month-old Faverolle rooster and are considering sending the two Faverolle hens (same age) with him (since they do make a great breeding trio). However, the hens don't have to go if someone only wants the roo. He is really sweet, but we unfortunately need to down-size our flock. Both hens do go broody and are great mothers. The picture of from last fall. He looks a bit ragged right now due to bad feather picking from a previous rooster breaking his feathers when he would chase the Faverolle roo away from the girls. We got rid of the other rooster (the other rooster attacked my husband and went after two kids!), but the Faverolle roo won't get his beautiful feathers back until he molts this coming fall/winter. They are hatchery stock, but still beautiful. We will give them away for free as long as we are assured they will have a good home. We don't want him to be dinner as he is sweet and does his job well. (If we wanted him butchered, we'd do it ourselves!). We have other hens as well (also same age - see the signature on my posts for breeds) if someone is wanting other birds to add to their flock (including other broodies). We won't ship the birds. Pick-up or we can meet someone (if reasonable distance).