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Northern NJ - FREE Ameraucana/Araucana Cockeral/Rooster

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by coffeefanatic3462, Jul 31, 2008.

  1. coffeefanatic3462

    coffeefanatic3462 In the Brooder

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    5 month old Ameraucana/Araucana Rooster/Cockeral for sale...I had gotten him from McMurrey hatchery. I ordered a bunch of female Ameraucana babies but he came out to be a male soo now I have 8 roosters running around my yard since most of the bantams I got turned out to be males.

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    I live in Northern New Jersey, in Sussex County btw :3I'm giving this guy away to anyone who wants him; I have 8 roos at my house, and I am in desperate need to get rid of 6 of them Dx
     
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  2. americana-chick

    americana-chick Songster

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    most roos are like 5 bucks but is it more expencive there for chickens?
     
  3. coffeefanatic3462

    coffeefanatic3462 In the Brooder

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    Quote:oh does that seem a bit expensive? I really wasn't sure how much to put for him...I guess i should bring it down, huh? ^^: thankies
     
  4. speckledhen

    speckledhen Intentional Solitude Premium Member 11 Years

    It depends on your market. Since he's an Easter Egger, a crossbreed type, he may not be worth as much to someone as a pure Ameraucana. The local feedstore sells my roosters for $15 each to the locals, but another place may not support that price, if you see what I mean. He's very handsome, though!
     
  5. pdsavage

    pdsavage Sussex Monarch

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    depends where your at also, in the heart land tend to get them cheeper.Now other places they pay more for them.Its all in where you live and how hard it is to get chickens,age of the chickens,breed ect ect ect...
     
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  6. coffeefanatic3462

    coffeefanatic3462 In the Brooder

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    Quote:That is true...but I'm really not all that interested in the profit, you know? I just desperately need to , sadly, get rid of this handsome fella.
     
  7. coffeefanatic3462

    coffeefanatic3462 In the Brooder

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    Quote:I moved it down from $10 to $5 to Free, please, anyone? : (
     
  8. long_valley_chicken

    long_valley_chicken Hatching

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