Too many roos!

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by KristieS, Jan 14, 2014.

  1. KristieS

    KristieS New Egg

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    Our family hatched out chicks last year from our own fertile eggs and as a result we have an excess of roosters! I wouldn't mind having them but Dad is not happy with his sons now that they have come of age. I need to find a new home for at least 1 but preferably 2 young roosters or Papa rooster. The dad is an light colored Ameraucana, 1 son is an ameraucana/light brahma mix, he is the spitting image of his dad but he has feathered feet! The 2nd son is a red Ameraucana, very nice looking rooster! They are not aggressive and I am looking for a home not a stew pot for them. I live in NE CT but I would be happy to drive up to an hr to deliver them.[​IMG]
     
  2. chicknmania

    chicknmania Overrun With Chickens Premium Member

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    so pretty, but sorry we're a bit far. Try posting pics at your local vet's offices, feed mills, and anywhere there's a bulletin board. Also you might try riding stables, animal shelters as other places to post a pic. It's a lot of work, but you can usually find homes. Last time I needed to rehome, in desperation I sent a blast text to all my contacts. It worked, I found homes for three! I've also done that with facebook and email "friends" and contacts. .
     

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