Rehoming Roosters, et al

http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/local/area-woman-has-found-new-homes-for-some-orphaned-chickens/article_552720fe-6085-11e1-b3c0-001871e3ce6c.html

Click on the link above to find an interesting story about a lady in Madison, WI who rehomes chickens, with some side information from the local animal control offices. Magic City Hens, a 501(c)3 non-profit formed for the support and education of urban chicken-keeping in the Billings area (http://MagicCityHens.wordpress.com) has a similar program in operation. In fact, since the Chicken Adoption program was implemented in July 2011 (just 8 months ago), we have already rehomed about 4 dozen chickens. Whether it’s a “straight run chick” who started crowing at about 3 months old, hens who needed a new home, or the rare abandoned fowl, Magic City Hens has volunteers armed with dog crates and know-how, who quickly and efficiently step in.

Nice to know that birds of a feather flock together! Urban hen ownership has proven itself, across the nation, to be handled responsibly. Power to the peeps! (“>

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