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Two Buff Brahma Bantam Roos, Arizona

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by JennyHeidewald, May 27, 2019.

  1. JennyHeidewald

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    Free, two Buff Brahma Bantam roos, about 13/14 weeks old. Nice birds so far, we just have too many roosters to keep them. They have been cooped outside for four weeks now. Would prefer they go together since they have been raised together.

    Meet up at the Paulden, Depot 89 gas station (23050 N State Route 89, Paulden, AZ 86334) . Please bring something to transport them in.
    Thanks! BuffBrahmaroo5.23.2019#1.jpg BuffBrahmaroo5.23.2019#2.jpg BuffBrahmaRooBOTH5.23.2019.jpg BuffBrahmaRooBOTHsecondphoto5.23.2019.jpg
     
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    Thanks for the link, I actually followed it from the other post you posted it on. I have been thinking of making a bachelor pen, but it has been slow going just with the coops and pens we need to build currently for the ones I want to keep.
     
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    LAST CHANCE for these two. If they aren't gone by next Thursday they are going to freezer camp. :(
     
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    They have found a new home today! They are going to be 4H boys with a great family. :) I am so happy, I didn't want to freezer camp them.
     

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