A "chicken friend" of mine in Livingston has some young ones she is growing out now. It will be a couple of months before they are ready, but she will have extras.
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I had this same problem my place is not as big 5 acres and farmers and orange groves all around . I to carry a side arm but my husband said not to make a stink in the neighborhood as we are a small community so I went to harbor freaght and got a solar powered electric fence so far it's working out. I sat in my house by the window and watch them torture them selves for 2 hours the first day all with my scope and 17 right on them just in case.
I need to check out that fence, it might come in handy.
I'm not the only neighbor that has issues with her and/or her dogs, so there's not an issue with upsetting anyone else. Luckily she doesn't own the place, she's just a tenet until it sells, which we all pray is soon!!! If anyone's looking for some nice land in Zachary, I know where there's a piece for sale :-) Even set up for chickens and other livestock.
On the other hand, I am still nursing the one Breese roo that survived. He is still pretty bad off, but hanging in there. He does not have any external injuries, but got beat pretty bad.