Re-Homing Three Roo's

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by gohappy, Jun 19, 2018.

  1. gohappy

    gohappy Chirping

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    We have three Roos from a straight run that will be 13 weeks June 20, 2018. They started crowing the week of May 13th. In the city limits of Hillard we are not aloud to have Roosters. Sad to say we can not keep them and they need a new home very soon.

    Up until they started crowing they free ranged most of the day. Now we have to keep them in the house and they get yard time a couple of hrs a day due to the crowing.

    We have been training them to come when we whistle and/or call their name since they where babies. At this point sometimes it works and other times it does not :)

    ~Comet is the Bared Rock, he recently had his waddle stuck on something and it ripped a little. We cleaned it and watched him for a few days and he is doing good.
    ~Baby is the orange small roo, he was the runt when we got the chics. His tail feathers seem to be growing on one side and down. We are not sure if this is from plucking or what. He has also started doing the egg laying song along with crowing.
    ~Almond Joy is the brown and dark green roo. He just needs his own flock to look after.

    Text or call (must leave a message) and I'll get back to you.
    (904) four two two one eight 9 nine
    OR contact me through backyardchickens.com

    You may take one, two, or all three.

    Pick up only In Hilliard or Callahan Florida
    Please bring a cage to transport.

    Photos updated on: June 19th
     

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  2. Farmer Connie

    Farmer Connie All My Friends Have Hoofs

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  3. gohappy

    gohappy Chirping

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    Im in Nassau County
     
  4. gohappy

    gohappy Chirping

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    They have a new home.
     

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