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I Have A Black Jersey Giant That's Going Broody

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The question i have is why is she going broody & she is only year old the 15th of this month It's a little early  for her to be setting this soon 


Edited by crossbowhunter5 - 5/5/16 at 7:25am
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I've had pullets go broody at 9 months, its all up to the bird itself Haha

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Some hens go broody at six months, some at a year. Some don't go broody at all. Just depends on the chicken. :)

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I am a CHRISTIAN

2 Corinthians 9:15

Thanks be unto God for His unspeakable gift.

 

1 rabbit, 1 owl, 1 peacock, 2 cats, 3 dogs, 2 guineas, 4 Muscovies, 50+ mutt chickens, lots of tilapia, koi and two cows (one pregnant!)! No more quail.

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