Wednesday, March 14, 2012

RAMON NEEDS A HOME...

Ramon needs a new home...
I am looking for a new place of residence for Ramon, a four month old banty rooster. He is petite, quite good looking, and protective. He does not have a mean spirit, however, his father, Don Juan has made it quite clear he is to be the only resident rooster Dog Trot Farm. If you are in need of a rooster, reside in my area, Southern Maine, send me an e-mail. Please no thoughts of a soup pot...Thank you.

22 comments:

from me to thee......... said...

hmmmmm, I never thought about a banty rooster ?????????

Kim said...

Oh my gracious - Don Juan jealous of his own son! Scandalous.... I hope he finds a new soup-pot-free family soon.

Janice said...

Ramon is very handsome.

Mary@BarnBugStudio said...

He is sooo handsome!Wish I lived closer. I don't think you'll have any trouble finding a home for that cutie!
Good luck!

Farm Girl said...

He is a very pretty rooster. I do wish I lived closer I would love to have a little Dog Trot rooster of my very own. I am afraid, my hens would be a little put out by the offer though.
He looks very nice, I do hope you find someone with a flock of cute little bantams.

Julia said...

What a nice giveaway. I wish I lived closer and had a place for him. He' so very handsome. Hope you find a home for him. JB

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

Oh, you must feel badly. I'm sure you will find him a wonderful home. He really is a handsome fellow.

nancy huggins said...

What a beauty, I wished you lived closer so when we move to the country we could give that beaytiful Rooster a good home. Maybe he could even make Maggie stay in the yard. Hop on over to my blog and take a guess in my guessing game...someone will be winning a prize at the end of the month :)

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Oh, poor Ramon, he's such a handsome guy too! Sounds like Don Juan doesn't "play well" in the sandbox! I hope you find a wonderful home for him.

Jacque. said...

ohhhhh, Ramon!

jennifer768 said...

Shoot! I wish I lived closer,He would fit in beautifully here.Love his coloring.Hugs,Jen

annie said...

Hope you find just the right new home for him.

Wonky Girl said...

Such a pretty boy, pop him in a box and mail to AZ. I have two roo flocks in my backyard, surely he would fit into one of them (both have mixed bantams). LOL
Be sure to poke lots of holes in the box for breathing!

Anne@A Little Fur in the Paint said...

Hope Ramon finds his forever (soup-pot free) home soon! ♥ Such a lovely blog!~ I'm a new follower ~ ♥♥
Anne

The Sweetest Days said...

What a handsome fella! I sure wish I could take him but I can't even keep a fish alive lately. All I seem to be able to handle are cats and dogs. Surely Ramon will find the perfect home!

The Barn Door said...

Awwww...he's so cute! Wish I could take him but don't think he'd like living in Arizona!!
Karen & the Hounds

Elaine @ Sunny Simple Life said...

He is gorgeous!! I just brought home my first four chicks ever. I hope none turn out to be a rooster as I cannot have them.

Larkrise garden girl said...

Oh Dear , I saw that coming. When I had chickens we had a rooster and he would not let another rooster near the girls. Ramon is a beauty!I ended up having two chicken pens.Good Luck!Hugs Cheri

Rowan said...

Hope you find a home for Ramon - he looks a sweetie.

Razzberry Corner said...

Did you find a home? Good luck!!!

~Lynn

Terry and Linda said...

You could coop just the roosters together. They will not fight unless the girls are present. Then when you want to have male companionship for your hens you could let the boys out (one at a time).

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

An Historical Lady said...

I totally agree with you about Boston---love to go occasionally, but pretty 'rich and fancy' for this 'country lady'. I would have loved to have gone to the flower show in Portland, especially since we are only an hour or so away, but couldn't swing the gas...
Mary
http://anhistoricallady.blogspot.com