Having to rehome

Hemmywife

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Jun 14, 2020
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Hi guys!
Is there anyone one here from Wisconsin? I have 3 beautiful boys that need to be rehoming. As some of you know Journey who had water belly is one of them but his health is amazing. He may look funny but he’s definitely not afraid to be boss! There’s Puddles and Nibbles who have fun characteristics. Nibbles is short and fat which I’m pretty sure if someone used him as food you’d see how much meat is has on him. But he’s not a meat bird! Puddles likes to cuddle. He will sit on my lap and enjoy being pet and falls asleep. These boys stick together which I would want them to go somewhere that all 3 can be together. They definitely are not for food! Only pets! My ratio for my pekins is 1 female to 3 males. Which I know should be the other way around. The 3 boys were a random pick from tractor supply. I was hoping girls but obviously didn’t turn out that way.
If anyone in the Wisconsin area knows of someone or possibly a hobby farm who would love them please let me know!
 

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Hemmywife

In the Brooder
Jun 14, 2020
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why not rehome your hen and keep the boys? she will be much easier to rehome and they’ll get along great without her

I have thought about that. We actually have more of a connection with the males than with her. We get enough chicken eggs so for laying one egg a day isn’t much for to miss
 

Duck mommy 2019

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I have thought about that. We actually have more of a connection with the males than with her. We get enough chicken eggs so for laying one egg a day isn’t much for to miss
or if possible why don’t you put your hen with your chickens and adopt just one more hen as a friend for her then the three drakes can be separated but with each other
 

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