Help, too many bantam roos!

ZachyWachy

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We have a btw japanese roo who is alone, so we got him three "ladies" however, they weren't all ladies. The self blue OEG bantam started crowing a little while ago, and l can see the spur development in the buff brahma. these two have grown up together and l have made them pets so they are nice with the potential to be really nice and need a new home. If you are close to the cache valley area in Utah(whatever you decide is close), and you want a pair of nice bantams, then let me know and we will work something out. l don't need money, but you will most likely have to come out and get them yourself.
 

RoostersAreAwesome

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What I mean is putting the hen with a roo, and putting the others in a separate pen.

EDIT: Read my thread "Rooster Flocks!" for more info
 
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ZachyWachy

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Oh, well, it is the same thing. l suggested it to my mom but she said no, she was tired of having so many pens because we keep on getting roos. She wants to be done with building coops and stuff.:hit:hit:hit:barnie:he:mad::mad::mad:
 

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