Just wanted to share this. I am finding new homes for my extra roos and having advertised without any luck I tried Craigslist and Freecycle. Who would have thought I would have 5 eggs hatch and 4 were roos out of my welsummer eggs! I had much better results with freecycle than craigslist. Probably cause freecycle in my area is huge! Our freecycle has almost out posted most of the major cities. What I really liked was I could screen the applicants! Most were female and wanted either a pet or breeding stock. I made sure to point out in my post that these birds were hatched by myself, potential breeding stock, and very docile breeds! (to deter people with visions of cock fighting in their heads). I had probably four responses, but all sounded responsible. I am meeting a lady today with my roos, she has some lonely hens and wants new crosses. Something to think about for people wanting to give away some free birds. Of course like anything there are risks, they could lie but you get to screen them and you can always say no. We are meeting in a neutral public location for the swap as she lives far from me, and I have to go north for an errand anyways.