This year a large number of our hens went broody and hatched out multiple chicks. Healthy, handsome, and growing fast, the only reason they need new homes is that we can only have around 40 come winter and we currently have around 80. We do not ship because of issues with the cost and legality, but we are willing to meet people up to 2 hours away from Marysville, Ohio. We will also meet half-way, so up to 4 hours in this case. Feel free to select one or more of the chickens listed below, you don't have to get all of them. Please only inquire about them if interested, I've had too many chickens get claimed but never picked-up. The pictures may not be the best quality, but I had to make sure I was getting one of each of the roosters, and many of them look alike. I took these at night, while they were on their perches. Thank you so much. : ) The rooster in the back of this picture is Wally. He is around 2 months of age. He is a Dalmatian bantam, a breed I am creating, which is a mix between Sebrights, Silkies and OEGBs. This is a silkie mix rooster, medium in size (between standard and bantam). His name is Sparrow and he is around 12 weeks of age. His brother looks just like him but is white and is named Ori. He too is a silkie mix and is getting pretty large. This is one of a number of Buff Brahma mix roosters. I have around five or so that I know of currently including: Rosemary, Tyme, Nestor (crested), and Starfire. A splash bantam cochin, this rooster is Tiger. He is around 2 months of age and is from Cackle Hatchery. He is siblings with Pool. Two more dalmatian roosters in the back. Both around 2 months of age. One is muffed and the other crested. Both are white with black spotting and light skin color (the girls tend to have the dark skin color, as you can see in this picture). Another Buff Brahma mix rooster. Their father was a pure buff Brahma and these two had a Silver Spangled Hamburg for a mother. Dastan is a 1-year-old Dalmatian rooster. He has no black spots but is the father of many of the black spotted chicks above. He is very gentle with hens and chicks alike and protective as well, keeping the teen roosters away from hens so they don't get over-bred. He follows them around outside and watches for hawks and is a great guy. I just can't keep him because he will breed with his daughters otherwise. A Splash/blue Rosecomb Bantam (pure) from Cackle hatchery. He is around 2 months of age. His name is Rivera. My only hens currently available, this Silver Spangled Hamburg is Dusty. She is a healthy, friendly chicken that is around 2 years of age and still laying. She went broody once and was a great mother and is a good forager and does well in the winter and summer. However, she has a bad habit of killing other hens chicks, even once they are a few months old, and so cannot be kept on a farm with chicks. I'm giving away Sedgie my Grey Dorking hen with her because two hens do better then one. Sedgie is about 1-year-old and is laying well and healthy. Her short legs make running from predators and getting up onto a perch slightly more difficult, but she is very beautiful and was hand-raised. Both are from McMurray hatchery. 10 Dalmatian bantam mix chicks, around half of them are boys: Daughtry, Frodo, Anakin, and Nori. Some have muffs, others don't. All the boys have light skin and almost all of them have some form of paint patterning. Kori is a silkie mix chick rooster, around 2 months of age, he is the only remaining sibling of three that were attacked by another hen. He healed all the way and is doing well, hanging out with the other chicks for company. A Blue bantam Cochin rooster that came from Cackle hatchery. He is around 2 months of age. His name is Pool and he is siblings with Tiger. Midus, a Dalmatian bantam chick raised with some bantam and some standard chicks. He is around 2 months of age and has a rose-comb and a small crest. Rivera's brother, a Splash/Blue Rosecomb bantam that is around 2 months of age. His name is Blue Beetle and he is from Cackle hatchery (the one in the middle). The chicken on the right is a full-grown bantam hen for size comparison.