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Thanks chickennanny13 I hope more ideas come through.
I would hate to chop him cause his father mother and all his siblings were killed by a ferret when he was a week old. #sniff
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I'm no expert, but i would not expect any cockerel / roo to get his act together until he's around 6 months at least - guess its all about technique :) 

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What breed do you have Ameraucana or Araucana?   I'm thinking Ameraucana or EE, from what I know they do take longer to mature.  CT maybe better at answering.  I've got 2 EE, think they don't lay until around 8 - 9 months but they are pretty birds & waiting to see what color eggs I get smile.png  I got 2 RIR which I think may start laying at around 6 months....Don't care, they're "pets with benefits"  smile.png
um Araucana sos about the spelling
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Hopefully CTken
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post #15 of 17
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Has anyone ever read the breeding theory of atlas it's really good #random lol
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...they're "pets with benefits"  smile.png

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Chickens; so many different things to so many different people.
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Hopefully CTken
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You are most welcome - hope everything works out ok for you

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