Tucson rehoming 2 handraised MilleFluer Roos

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by TucsonFrizzled, Jun 21, 2007.

  1. TucsonFrizzled

    TucsonFrizzled In the Brooder

    Howdy Ya'll ~[​IMG]

    Nice boys, I got them just after Ideal shipped them to the feed store I ordered them through. April 1st, 2007 they were several days old and they have been raised with care. They are used to a dog, and two cats.

    Their crow is not loud, and they sing like songbirds when in quiet contemplation.

    They can be handled safely and are very pretty.

    High temperatures mean I can't ship, but will split the difference on milage in Arizona.

    Thanx Ya'll
    SooperDooper Coops
  2. CashmereSussex

    CashmereSussex Songster

    Mar 28, 2007
    too bad im not in America
  3. TucsonFrizzled

    TucsonFrizzled In the Brooder

    Yup ~ [​IMG]

    You drive half way and so will I. [​IMG]

    I am starting a collection of toys and gadgets that crow. The apartment managing company is off site, so if/when someone mentions the crowing, I can go in and make my watch, clock and toy crow for them.

    I figure it will buy me some time, [​IMG] but not much. I also need to meet a local chicken friendly person who would stash them for an inspection.

    Lets use visual imagery to "see" my sweet boys happy in a new home, doing the job they were intended to do.


  4. Bebop

    Bebop Songster

    These are Banties, correct? I may want them. I'm about 3-4 hours from you.
  5. TucsonFrizzled

    TucsonFrizzled In the Brooder

    Howdy Bebop ~ [​IMG]

    Thanx for asking. Yes, they are bantums.

    When I didn't get any bites here, I tried on Craig's list and the VP of the local chapter of the ABA contacted me. I gave him the one that was crowing all the time, (he will be winning ribbons with that beauty).

    The quieter roo is undergoing a period of adjustment. He is separated at night and housed in a cage in the closet, until midmorning when most people are gone. Then I put him in with the girls.

    For now, I am keeping him. If he becomes unreasonable, or circumstances change, I will repost here.

    Are you interested in raising mille fluers, or is this an ongoing project?

    SooperDooper Coops


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