Rooster for sale

FrontYardChicken111

In the Brooder
Aug 23, 2019
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I have a Barred rock rooster that is 5 months old now i bought chicks that were pre sexed and this she turned into a he . 30 bucks and ill deliver hes not agressive at all ice handeled him often.
This pic attached is an older photo i had in ny phone will update with a new one tomorrow after work.
 

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EggSighted4Life

Crossing the Road
5 Years
Apr 9, 2016
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California's Redwood Coast
Hi there, welcome to BYC! :frow

Adding your general location to your profile will help folks to know if they are near enough to consider purchasing your bird. ;)

That being said... in most locations you will likely have a difficult time selling a hatchery cockerel for the price you're asking. Which I suppose if your intent is to make sure he isn't eaten, that should work as I consider it a favor to take a rooster off someones hands and wouldn't pay a dime for one that was getting processed. :confused:

Posting in Craigslist farm and garden section is free and a good place to get some exposure in your area.

I understand wanting to get back what you've invested! But sometimes letting go of the cockerel and reducing your feed bill NOW and flock antics can be worth the sacrifice. :)

Good luck finding a new home for him! :fl
 

FrontYardChicken111

In the Brooder
Aug 23, 2019
25
21
39
Hi there, welcome to BYC! :frow

Adding your general location to your profile will help folks to know if they are near enough to consider purchasing your bird. ;)

That being said... in most locations you will likely have a difficult time selling a hatchery cockerel for the price you're asking. Which I suppose if your intent is to make sure he isn't eaten, that should work as I consider it a favor to take a rooster off someones hands and wouldn't pay a dime for one that was getting processed. :confused:

Posting in Craigslist farm and garden section is free and a good place to get some exposure in your area.

I understand wanting to get back what you've invested! But sometimes letting go of the cockerel and reducing your feed bill NOW and flock antics can be worth the sacrifice. :)

Good luck finding a new home for him! :fl
How do i add my location? Im new here
 

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