I m posting this for my neighbor. She has 2 of these exact same. Approx 7 long. Will hold up to 6 chickens or many chicks. They do need cleaning. Please call Sarah at 615-779-1234.. Must make arrangements after showing interest to pickup within 48hrs of showing interest and bring own lifting help. Slide pic to see other photos...Price is per coop..Cross Posted. 1 COOP IS PENDING PICKUP WEDNESDAY
Posting for a neighbor. Approx 10 feet long does need cleaned out and some TLC. Good handyman could fix the top roof. Call Sarah at 615-779-1234..Must make arrangements after showing interest to pickup within 48hrs of showing interest.. Will hold 5 hens or many chicks..Cross Posted
Ferrera Farms Naturals Prime Cut For all 3 PPU AVAILABLE off Longhollow Pike near Beech area.
Momma Lee was picked up wandering in Nashville by Metro Animal Care & Control. No owner stepped forward to claim her, so she joined Safe Harbor. Momma Lee is a wonderful, smart, full-grown potbelly pig. She's a good example of the pig overpopulation problem - people buy baby pigs and don't realize how large they will grow. They do make nice pets and are pretty simple and straightforward in thei...
Peter Porker is around eighteen months old. He's a gentle and easy pig - 1 of FIVE we currently have in rescue. Pigs make good pets and their care requirements are pretty simple and straightforward. Interested in giving Peter his happily ever after? Apply to adopt at www.safeharborhorses.org . Peter's adoption charge is waived; we are simply looking for the best home.
over a month agoMt Juliet, TN+15 milesFarm Animals for Sale
Brother is a ten year old standard donkey. While he has had very limited handling at this point and he is pretty shy, he does want to trust. He is hard to catch and handle currently, but his foster is working with him. Brother is available to a family...
over a month agoGallatin, TN+18 milesFarm Animals for Sale
Safe Harbor has approx twenty Nubian/Pygmy Goats available for adoption. These goats came from a home where they were exposed to CL, so they must go to a home where they can be a contained herd -- no other goats coming or going. CL is treatable, but non-cureable. If you have wanted a few lovable and lovely goats, and have no other goats at present and no intention of growing your herd then this...