I talked to petrock at the Modesto show. I am looking to get a rooster to put over my grab bag of hens. I would like to fertilize eggs and then hatch some.
Just playing around now. May get serious later but would like a pita pinta if the roosters are usually nice. But you know what PITA stands for? Pain in the ***.
I am in Stockton. Also looking at the Orpington. Anyone know anything about papa poultry in Redding. He breeds the orp..
I also found a breeder of the Orusthona in Northern California .. This is the breed I would eventually like to breed but very expensive. I would like to learn more before investing a lot of money.
I still have certain dogs who don't get the fact that these are not in their food chain. (Only the eggs when I decide)
Ive had several pita boys and most are usually nice. In fact all the ones from Debi have been great. The only aggressiveness at all in the birds I have had have come from Ron's line of them.
I lost the real cuddle bug of a boy I was hoping to breed him this year on temperament alone. (he was a decent boy otherwise though) I hope to hatch here this spring Im sure Debi has young boys already though.