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Anyone with experience with Ameraucana roos please comment.
I need to know if Ameraucana roos stay nice there whole lives and take good care of there hens.

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My "farm" includes: 4 EEs- Pacobean, Big Girl, Little Girl, and Lil Roo, 1 BO- Omelet, 1 Domonique, 1 RIR- Red, one hyperactive border collie- Rex
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It's too hard to generalize. I've had one Ameraucana rooster. He became a biter, then a flogger. I have one blue wheaten Ameraucana cockerel who is now almost 10 weeks old and I hope he stays calm, but really, it's an individual thing more than a breed thing.


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