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Five chickens, 14 months old, need a new home please

PostPosted: 11 Nov 2017, 17:01
by madcatlady
have 5 chickens, 14 months old, from Thornes, where I have always bought from as they are good and healthy. They need rehoming as I am unable to care for them due to health reason for the foreseeable future.

I have kept chickens for 10 years and loved it, including having a super chicken 'palace' built last year, costing a small fortune! I have often rehomed other people's girls, so looking for a good home now for mine.I shall miss them and their lovely eggs.

I am able to deliver within a reasonable distance of AL1

Thank you

Re: Five chickens, 14 months old, need a new home please

PostPosted: 12 Nov 2017, 12:33
by Mo
What a shame you can't keep them. Hope you find a good home soon.
Our usual person who takes any hen in need of a home is on holiday the other side of the world at the moment (not sure where you both live anyway)

Re: Five chickens, 14 months old, need a new home please

PostPosted: 16 Nov 2017, 15:02
by bikesandbirdsbob
Hi I can help if you get stuck .
Not sure where AL1 is have to check .
Have to get them rehomed before any lock down happens.
Bob

Re: Five chickens, 14 months old, need a new home please

PostPosted: 17 Nov 2017, 09:56
by Mo
Mo wrote:What a shame you can't keep them. Hope you find a good home soon.
Our usual person who takes any hen in need of a home is on holiday the other side of the world at the moment (not sure where you both live anyway)


Ah yes, Bob's back.

Re: Five chickens, 14 months old, need a new home please

PostPosted: 23 Nov 2017, 06:47
by bikesandbirdsbob
Hi , Have you found homes yet .
Bob

Re: Five chickens, 14 months old, need a new home please

PostPosted: 23 Nov 2017, 06:51
by bikesandbirdsbob
Hi , I think you are at St . Albans AL1 area .
I could collect them as not to far away.
Bob

Re: Five chickens, 14 months old, need a new home please

PostPosted: 25 Nov 2017, 00:42
by Topchook
Hi Madcatlady,

I am in Hemel Hempstead and can rehome your girls. I have a mixed flock and have kept hens since 2008. I have an Omlet cube in a Walk-in-Run and can set set them up in a spare Eglu to let them integrate slowly. I let the free range my garden most days as I don't work unless it's wet of course. Your welcome to come and check out my set up.

Lynn