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4 Trained, Easy Catch, Amish-Raised Layers need home(s)

Talk about a deal for the backyard chicken farmer:
Click on headline for complete ad plus picture. Chickens are used to good life in Joppa, KY, but may be pining for their ancestral home in Gradyville, so preference will be given to righteous chicken-loving residents of that community, all things elsewise being the same.

Maury Lewis makes this generous offer:

Four (4) chickens to give away. We have changed types of chicken and need toget rid of these by Friday June 3, 2011. They need to be picked up at my house because I no longer have a truck to carry things like this in.

We live off of Hwy 92 in beautiful Joppa, Adair Co., KY.

The chickens came from an Amish Farm off of KY 80 West, in the Gradyville area. All things being equal otherwise, Gradyvillians will have top priority.

They are well behaved chickens. You can usually walk up behind them and they will squat and let you pick them up.

The chickens are laying.

-Maury Lewis 270-384-8890 Columbia, KY.

This story was posted on 2011-05-31 07:20:37
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