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Want to Adopt a Laying Hen?

From: Everett S.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 5, 2010 2:43 PM
If interested email CONTACT:
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Please don't reply to me. Send to Meredith instead.

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I've never been able to attend any meetups so I don't know any
of the members personally, but I have a favor to ask. We've
had four hens for almost a year and have loved them dearly, but
a local fox caught me leaving their door open and took three of
the ladies away. Sybil, the surviving hen, will soon be too
lonely and so I've decided the best thing for her would be to
try to introduce her into another flock. She's strong but
nice, sweet and a good layer. We have considered adopting
another, but if they don't get along I would have another
problem. If she can't find another flock she's happy with I
will take her back and perhaps she'll make it to spring when we
get a new group. Do you know of anyone who thinks of their
layers as pets as well who would try to adopt her? I would
appreciate you spreading the word. She is a beautiful
Americauna who has been hand raised on organic land and feed.
Thanks so much. Meredith

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