What to do with the roosters?

Discussion in 'Animals In Need of Free Re-Homing' started by Arizona Chicks, Aug 21, 2013.

  1. Arizona Chicks

    Arizona Chicks New Egg

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    My babies have gotten all grown up, and two of the "girls" started crowing recently. I live in an area where the 5:00 am hollering could cause some trouble. The birds are beautiful. One is an Ameraucana and the other is a Cochin. Sure would like to find the boys a home. I live near Payson Arizona, but could deliver them to the valley.

    I can post pictures if anyone is interested.

    Arizona Chicks
     
  2. Beaky Buzzard

    Beaky Buzzard Chillin' With My Peeps

    I have the same problem......
     
  3. Aerielle

    Aerielle Out Of The Brooder

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    I put mine in a cat carrier in the garage at night to not disturb the neighbors. I let him out each morning at 830. It's kept my neighbors happy and I let them all know if there is a problem with the noise to please let me know. So far it's the best solution, although high maintainence! Now I have 5 Roos tho!! Trying to rehome some...
     
  4. Sallyintucson

    Sallyintucson Out Of The Brooder

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    Good idea but some towns don't allow roosters. (I live in Tucson and roosters are big no no)
     
  5. Sallyintucson

    Sallyintucson Out Of The Brooder

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    Just thought of another place to give away your roos in the Tucson area: see if The Food Bank is keeping their chickens out of city limits. Can't hurt to give them a call....
     

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