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My six are finally calming down. They are getting closer, everyday. But they are all squatting as soon as they see me. hope they are not unhappy due to the fact that we have no rooster, but my neighbor has as a Banty. I wonder what would happen if I took them over, maybe one at a time or he could bring his banty to my coop. There is soooooo much I don't know, even about this.:idunno

I'm so happy for you, @Arwenelfmaiden! Isn't it a great feeling when those girls begin to come around and actually allow you to bond with them again? :D Thank you so much for the update.

 

-Alex

"For You, O Lord, are good and ready to forgive;

And abundant in lovingkindness and overflowing in mercy to all those who call upon You." Psalm 86:5

 

Happy owner of 37 wonderful hens, 2 amazing roosters, 21 chickies, 2 bantam quacklings, 5 interesting ducks, 1 unfriendly drake, 4 furry kitties, and 5 crabby parakeets! 

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"For You, O Lord, are good and ready to forgive;

And abundant in lovingkindness and overflowing in mercy to all those who call upon You." Psalm 86:5

 

Happy owner of 37 wonderful hens, 2 amazing roosters, 21 chickies, 2 bantam quacklings, 5 interesting ducks, 1 unfriendly drake, 4 furry kitties, and 5 crabby parakeets! 

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post #132 of 132
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Originally Posted by lovenati View Post

sure my chickens like to jump up on my lap when I sit in the "treat chair" but their feet are covered in chicken poo and they aren't clean creatures.
They're as clean as their environment. If the ground is covered in chicken poo, then they have no choice but to walk in it.
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