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beegal

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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #30 on: August 08, 2011, 12:28 »
Hi Beegal

We've been trying to find a new home for our two hens but haven't had any success so far.  They are two year old hybrids (one white amberlink, one something else, but black) who are too noisy for us now particularly early in the morning - I think it might be the number of cats living nearby who like to upset them.  Egg production has dropped off, with maybe 5 eggs total a week, rather than both laying an egg a day up to a few months ago.

We wonder if you would be able to take them?  We're coming to Northamptonshire from Kent next Friday (12th) so if you were able to help us out we could bring them to you.

Beth

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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #31 on: August 23, 2011, 11:51 »
Hi Beegal.
Im looking to rehome 2 cockerels. We were told they were hens when we brought them. We now have 3 cockerels. We can keep 1 but have to rehome 2 of them. Also were looking for some laying hens for our existing cockerel.
Could you please help. We want them to go to loving homes.
Many Thanks
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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #32 on: August 23, 2011, 13:13 »
Hi Beegal.
Im looking to rehome 2 cockerels. We were told they were hens when we brought them. We now have 3 cockerels. We can keep 1 but have to rehome 2 of them. Also were looking for some laying hens for our existing cockerel.
Could you please help. We want them to go to loving homes.
Many Thanks
Debs6819

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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #33 on: August 24, 2011, 17:48 »
Hi Beegal,

Im not allowed to PM you. I have rehomed the cockerels to a family friend thank goodness.
But thank you so much for your quick reply.
I may in the futre have some more hens so will keep you in mind.
Thanks again
Debbie

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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #34 on: August 28, 2011, 13:02 »
Hello, I just found this site after searching interweb for help with rehoming 2 two year old hens that we can no longer keep as we are moving soon and can't keep them at new place.
Would appreciate it if you would have them. Unfortunately, as a new member I don't think I can't pm you, is there any other way we could discuss?
Thanks.

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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #35 on: August 28, 2011, 13:08 »
Welcome tweecy.  :) Sorry to hear you can't keep your chickens when you move house. Beegal will be able to PM you his contact details when he reads your message.
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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #36 on: August 30, 2011, 12:35 »
Hello, I just found this site after searching interweb for help with rehoming 2 two year old hens that we can no longer keep as we are moving soon and can't keep them at new place.
Would appreciate it if you would have them. Unfortunately, as a new member I don't think I can't pm you, is there any other way we could discuss?
Thanks.


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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #37 on: August 30, 2011, 20:46 »
Beegal, how are our Sabelpoots cockerels doing?  We don't half miss them :(
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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #38 on: August 30, 2011, 20:48 »
you can always have some of mine Evie2 although none of them are crowing yet  :)
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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #39 on: August 30, 2011, 20:50 »
Beegal, if you ever get any goslings - 2 or 3 please could you contact me as I can rehome them here - swap for layers or mixed corn, thanks.

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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #40 on: August 31, 2011, 14:29 »
It was so hard to let them go :( I just hope the get re homed  :)

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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #41 on: September 01, 2011, 12:25 »
It was so hard to let them go :( I just hope the get re homed  :)

somewhere in shropshire now with someone who liked the look of them so good result

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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #42 on: September 01, 2011, 15:07 »
Fantastic, thanks beegal :D

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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #43 on: September 14, 2011, 22:15 »
Would you be able to help please? We have a 14 month old Pekin Bantam cockerel and 3 or 4 young pekin cockerels that were born the end of June, lovely boys, the Mature male is very much a male and loves to crow any time he feels like!  ::) :lol: the younger boys are just starting to crow and they sound so funny, but my neighbours would not be happy if I keep them all, chickens fine, cockerels not unfortunately.

If you are not able to help, do you know anyone in the Merseyside/Cheshire/Lancashire  area that may be able to help?
First time Chook keeper

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Re: unwanted poultry rehomed nuneaton warwickshire
« Reply #44 on: September 15, 2011, 12:03 »
Would you be able to help please? We have a 14 month old Pekin Bantam cockerel and 3 or 4 young pekin cockerels that were born the end of June, lovely boys, the Mature male is very much a male and loves to crow any time he feels like!  ::) :lol: the younger boys are just starting to crow and they sound so funny, but my neighbours would not be happy if I keep them all, chickens fine, cockerels not unfortunately.

If you are not able to help, do you know anyone in the Merseyside/Cheshire/Lancashire  area that may be able to help?

private message sent we will have them regards alan



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