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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by cluckcluckluke, Jul 8, 2014.
LOL,, when I said trying,, I should have said,, he was getting it done properly.
This is Reese now. He's turned out to be a gorgeous rooster but he is extremely loud. We are trying to find a home for him but I'm having a hard time parting with him.
He is so pretty! Why do you have to give him away?
He's SO LOUD! He's driving us nuts. He crow starting at about 3am and does about 5-10 cock-a doodle-doos in a row every 45 minutes until noon. We live on 9 acres, you'd think he wouldn't bother the neighbors but he does. I thought I could relocate him to my brothers house but he said he cull him. I thought I wouldn't have a problem with that but now that it comes down to it, I do. I don't know what to do.
I have 2 Gilbert the Ameracauna for my big hens and Estabon for my Seabrights
Hello BYC forum,
I'm in need of some help. This past spring the preschool I work at hatched some chicks for the kids to experience. I fell in love with the first one hatched and the one teacher who carried out the hatching believed that the two I brought home were both female, but that was at 3 weeks of age. The first hatched turned out to be a Black Copper Maran rooster.
He is beautiful and knows his name (Cooley) but I can't have a rooster.
I'm looking for a new home for him. If you can help I would be so grateful. The woman that took all the other chicks, said she takes the roosters to a place where they kill the rooster.
I live in Gilbert, AZ
It looks like your sentence was cut off after "takes the rooster to a place..."
I would love to have a BCM rooster but unfortunately I live in Australia.
Try posting an add up with a picture of him on several online classifieds, I believe you guys use Craigslist a lot?
Thank you for offering but I think the cost of postage and quarantine would cost more than my rooster.
hahah plus the fact that it is very illegal.