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If you can't take them back, because it is too dangerous, then I would recommened her to rehome or euthanized, it's a sad fate, but you can't risk all your years of work for a few birds and a lady not wanting to spend time intigrating. I would recommened her trying to rehome before culling, but if she doesn't have patience for integration she probably doesn't have it for rehoming either. Being humanely culled is better than getting pecked to death.I can't run the risk as I've been working for a couple years now on the preservation and improvement on the Sicilians. They haven't had any new bloodlines since the 1970s so it's a grueling process. I know of only one other person on the west coast named Benjamin Janicki that is trying to preserve them also. I've tried tips, also they have 8 acres so my first thought is to be hardcore and tell them to figure out where to put them. She won't listen to tips or advice. My only thought as I keep records on anyone who has them it to recommend she has them euthanized at the vet's if she can't handle them. I would rather see that than have them abused or interbred or end up with dueling roosters.
Also I would NOT sell to her again.