Originally Posted by Fire Ant Farm
Oh, gosh! Well, it's about 9pm where you are right now, right? Maybe they'll be ok thought the night, and then you could go in pre-dawn while the roosters are still sleepy and remove them, then cross your fingers with the hens. Maybe you can give them all something to distract them (some sort of treat, extra feeders) and spots for some to get away from others if they're being attacked. Can you be there to supervise during the day tomorrow?
Crossing all my fingers and toes for you!!!!
- Ant Farm
Thank you so much for the support! That was actually the plan, good thing is that both of these flock are very, very sleepy, they don't even go outside of the coop when I let them in the morning(usually around 7 am)
I'm not concerned about hens and about my rooster. My only concern is that grandma's boy that is just 7 months old. My is around year and a half.
About hens, if anyone had some bad experience with them, I would be very thankful if they said me because it wouldn't surprise me that the girls start making mess.
I also guess that the ones that are laying will stop, but in case they don't, do you have any advice on how to teach the new girls where to lay?!?