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Hi CT:  I joined BYC last year and I have a lot of fun with my flock.  I keep them as pets as well as for laying and they all have their own personalities.  This "new" rooster is my 3rd "supposed-hen-but-was-actually-a-rooster."  The first two gave themselves away by crowing.  My chickens are also "free range" chickens.  They enjoy my backyard hill and my side yard ivy strip.

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Hi CT:  I joined BYC last year and I have a lot of fun with my flock.  I keep them as pets as well as for laying and they all have their own personalities.  This "new" rooster is my 3rd "supposed-hen-but-was-actually-a-rooster."  The first two gave themselves away by crowing.  My chickens are also "free range" chickens.  They enjoy my backyard hill and my side yard ivy strip.


Gosh, I'm sorry - i should have looked at the date you joined - just that this is the new members thread, so i made an assumption without checking :hide 

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