The breeding trio was purchased in Ohio in April 2013 from a reputable breeder for my oldest son, who wanted to get into 4-H Poultry Club. They've closed the club in our county, and due to his football and school responsibilities, he's just not interested in keeping these little guys any longer. The two mature hens are already laying again - usually a minimum of an egg per day between the two of them. The rooster is very sweet-natured but protective of his girls and his young. All of them tolerate being held, cleaned, etc. - the chicks were a hatch 8 weeks ago out of 10 eggs. 8 hatched, 7 have survived to juvenile maturity. By looking at them only, it looks like 4 will be girls and 3 will be boys. They all have the gorgeous signature silver coloring - iridescent hackle feathers - great temperaments. I've had them all on MannaPro Game Bird feed since we purchased the parent trio. They are healthy, vibrant, and happy little birds! I paid $50 for the parent trio in April and am only looking to recover my expense in the parents as well as the feed and supplies we've put into them. I had advertised other places locally to sell the chicks for $3 each and the parents for the $50 I paid, but I am just interested mainly in recovering a portion of our expenses in having them. They were amazing parents, both hens went broody together in the same nesting box until the babies hatched. They started almost immediately teaching the youngsters how to forage and get around. If I could keep them just as project birds, I would - but I'm filling up on large poultry that do not interact well with these smaller bantam Game Birds. I am willing to meet halfway or possibly ship, depending on how far away the potential buyer is. I'm in East Central Kentucky, so shipping could be possible to the surrounding states.