I bought quite a few hatching eggs this winter, all sorts of different breeds. The chicks are now 3-1/2 to 4 months old, a few are younger, but most are in this range. I need to evaluate which roosters to keep for breeding, not an easy task for a novice. But what to do with the ones I don't want to keep? My original plan was to butcher and freeze, and I'll still do that for most I guess, but my freezer became unexpectedly fuller due to a bobcat attack that killed 23 4-month old hens that were to be new layers. We salvaged them, the bobcat only ate one and left the rest dead. They were not huge, only dressed out at about 2-1/2 pounds each--but still taking up a lot of freezer space. So I'm not sure how many of the roosters I can fit in there, and I've been told I'd better do it soon before they get tough. They have all been fed organic feed since day one, and given that I see people giving away roosters on Craig's List, I wonder if it is worth trying to sell any of them. And if so, for how much? They are a nice mix of breeds--RIR, Barred Rock, Cuckoo Marans, Black Copper Marans, Splash Marans, Blue Laced Red Wyandotte, Delaware. The RIR come from show stock, but that doesn't mean much to the average buyer around here I don't think. I doubt I'd be able to get the cost of the feed to grow them if I sold them, the organic feed costs me about $27/50 lb bag and I really don't know how much one bird eats in 4 months. I just know I'm opening a new bag every time I turn around It's also a lot of work to kill/process since I do it all by hand, no automatic plucker. I'd really like to offer some for sale, could be someone needs a nice roo, but don't know what is reasonable. Opinions?