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Hi. I have 2 chickens. Still waiting for eggs, but I also have had a little surprise. My EE started crowing. Lol
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Well, then one of them will not be laying eggs.  Are you sure the other is a pullet?  Welcome to BYC.

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Yes I'm sure the other one is a pullet. She nests alot.
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Yes I'm sure the other one is a pullet. She nests alot.
Thank you for the welcome ❤
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post #6 of 8

What a surprise:(  If you keep him - a rooster can handle 10 hens.  With just one he will overbreed her severely, unless you add many more hens, or rehome HIM

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What a surprise:(   If you keep him - a rooster can handle 10 hens.  With just one he will overbreed her severely, unless you add many more hens, or rehome HIM
I know. I want to keep him so bad. I picked that one out for myself when they were 1 week old. So far just light crowing when he wants attention. Like you said though I will have to get more hens.
post #8 of 8

Hi and welcome to BYC - great to have you onboard. I love you logic - surprise roo = more chickens :celebrate

 

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