She can't keep us - Please Help !

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by nikki_r5, Oct 6, 2014.

  1. nikki_r5

    nikki_r5 Out Of The Brooder

    We've outgrown our cage - She can't keep us !

    We came to her at 1 day old without notice. She raised us but we can't stay.
    She thinks that we are all boys even though only Easy tries to crow.

    Does someone have a forever home for us and not eat us ? We are 15 wks. old.
    She calls us:

    Easy Peasy

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    Measy [​IMG]


    We're in Butte County, Ca. Between Marysville and Oroville.
     
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2014
  2. chooks4life

    chooks4life Overrun With Chickens

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    Yup, they're all boys. Good luck rehoming them.

    Best wishes.
     
  3. PoultryQueen101

    PoultryQueen101 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    x2 100%
     
  4. nikki_r5

    nikki_r5 Out Of The Brooder

    Thanks, she thought we were . . . [​IMG]

    But, what are we ?
    Easy maybe a Rhode Island Red [​IMG]








    Peasy she has NO idea (on right)
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    Measy (on the left) looks like part Brown Leghorn w/ the white feathers at his tail ?
     
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  5. hbhoffman

    hbhoffman Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Unlike my previous experiences, my last "hen" didn't crow until almost 5 months old. x3 on all 3 being males.
     
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  6. chooks4life

    chooks4life Overrun With Chickens

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    To me they all look like brothers, just random mongrels. You can get that color type and physical type from crossing many breeds, it can be almost impossible to pinpoint what went into the mix. And of course this can continue to be a well-represented common type in offspring from birds so mixed it's pointless trying to identify them beyond the designation of 'mongrel'. That name has negative connotations but I love mongrels myself, my whole flock is comprised of mongrels. Including some males that look like these ones a bit in color and overall type, just bulkier. Given their weediness I think they have some bantam in them, maybe Game bantam.

    Best wishes.
     

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