I am moving and need to rehome my hens. I care for them and would like them to go to a good home. They are just past their first molt and have begun laying again. I would like to let them go in groups of two or three at least. They are used to free ranging at least half of the day, so I would like them to go to a free range home. I have the following groups: White and red EE and Phoenix - These two were from a poultry sale and are low-ranking and skittish. They don't go far from the coop, so they would be okay at a home with limited range time. The Phoenix hen is broody about half of the year, but she hasn't been allowed to raise chicks yet. Welsummer and Speckled Sussex: These two are awesome. The Welsummer is a regular layer and went broody once this spring, successfully hatched all of her eggs, raised them to maturity, and went back to laying. Awesome girl. The Speckled Sussex doesn not lay much, just a few eggs a week, but she is super friendly. 3 Easter Eggers - Two are a golden duckwing color, and the other is a silver duckwing or an extended Colombian-type color (black/white). The two former lay a light green egg, and the latter lays a medium green egg. I also have several cockerels: Australorp, barred Basque Hen cockerel, 2 recessive white Basque Hen cockerels Also, 1 with a deformed neck - We're planning to eventually put him down, but if someone has a "special needs" type home, I would be comfortable letting him go if he won't be bred. Thank you!