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I've got to find a new home for my chickens. I don't need compensation, just so they can be happy.

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by Tom Beyer, Jun 21, 2017.

  1. Tom Beyer

    Tom Beyer Hatching

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    There's 3 brown ones, 2 gold ones a black one and a white one... all very active and happy...
     
  2. Debs Flock

    Debs Flock Crossing the Road

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    You'll want to note breeds, if possible and where you're located. Also, posting pics is a huge plus when you're looking to re-home. Best of luck!
     
  3. ECSandCCFS

    ECSandCCFS Free Ranging

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    Try posting this in the Buy/Sell/Trade forum, along with more precise information, such as age, breeds and where you are located. Also, welcome to BYC!
     
  4. Tom Beyer

    Tom Beyer Hatching

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    Ok, they are 2 Orpington,1 leghorn, 3 Rhode Island reds, 1 ostralorp, Dominant.
     
  5. Birdinhand

    Birdinhand Crowing

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    where are you located
     
  6. LearninMyFlock

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    Did you check your conversations? Sent msg.
     
  7. MTchicknman

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    I'd probably go for the Orps and the Australorp if you're close - where are you?
     
  8. OneLuckeyWife

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    Hens or roosters?

    I'd take the Rhode Island Reds if you're close and their hens. I have to many roosters.
     

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