I did catch him trying to get them in the mood yesterday, though
Edited by scflock - 2/29/16 at 2:59pm
Ok, I give up. What are NNs?...the things going through my head can't be posted on a family friendly site.
Well, I got it half right.
I can tell you how mine are but not sure if those are the personalities across the board. My Blue Wheaten girls are extremely friendly, talkative(noisy), and pretty laid back. My Lavender roo is a dream, he is so laid back and sweet with his girls. My Lav hen is about the same, and they, along with the Blue Wheatens can be handled fairly easy. While I love my chickens, I do not make pets out of them or name them. On the BBS side, the Blue girls and the roos, most definitely, are bullies. They aren't really friendly, they just want me to feed them. The blacks hens are more skittish and not really friendly either. The splash girls seem to be the low guys in pecking order and are bossed around by the Blues and Blacks. My black roo that was my hatchling but I gave him to a friend in a group of little ones, seems to be about as laid back as my Lavender. He is still a young guy, but oh so beautiful. He does have a name, Hawkeye, but I did not name him, she did but then returned him to me since she had too many roos. She preferred the blue one over this beautiful boy.
My husband says one of the Blue roo's name is going to be dumplin if he keeps charging him when my husband's back is turned. The roo has hit him twice between the shoulders when my husband least expected it. He has other names for him but they can't be printed here.