We are a non-profit farm animal rescue located on the Olympic Peninsula of WA. state. We are going to be relocating to the Ozarks in the spring. Currently we are home to many chickens, domestic ducks & geese. We are trying to find GOOD new homes for a number of them. Most of the chickens are in small "family" units consisting of 1 or 2 roos & some hens. We want to keep these little individual groups together. Quite a few of the hens are older, beyond laying years, so they need a home just as pets. We also have some other farm animals that we are trying to re-home ( primarily pot belly pigs ! ). Also, we would very much like to take some of the birds with us, but are unsure how they would fare on such a long trip. Does anyone have any thoughts on this ? Has anyone ever moved cross country with poultry ? We would appreciate any ideas or suggestions regarding safe, comfortable transport. If you are interested in more info. re. "adoptions" , please let us know. You can also visit our website for more info. - www.critterhavenfarmsanctuary.org Thanks a lot !