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    Tracks. What are these?

    That is probably a good idea, but I do not have any game cameras. Either way, there is no way anything can get to the birds, so I am not worried about that. But it would be nice to see what they are doing.
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    Bear Attack

    Okay. The photo is a little weird. I would coat a wound like that with some original neosporin. Its a good one just make sure it does not have pain-killer. If you have Veterycin, it works good too. I am so glad I do not have bears here. If you could, try to get a better photo.
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    Bear Attack

    The best way to help is to see an actual photo of the wound.
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    Tracks. What are these?

    I wrote in my original post that I am in CA. Sorry for the confusion and thanks for your help!
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    Tracks. What are these?

    Okay, yeah, that would totally make sense. I forgot to add that I hear coyotes a lot, including yesterday. I am not too worried about them coming close. The coop is fully predator proof. I just was curious what was brave enough to come so close. Seems like coyotes could jump fences pretty well too.
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    Tracks. What are these?

    We do not have bears here.
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    California - Northern

    My birds only like the bugs and grass that come after. They are having a good time today.
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    Tracks. What are these?

    Rained yesterday and here we are with tracks. Would love if someone could help identify them. I am in California. To me, it looks like two different animals. These were not here yesterday. Nothing attempted to get into the coop (which would be impossible anyways). Lots of bobcats, deer, elk...
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    Pullets - Winter

    To answer your first question, it depends on your birds. Some lay through their first winter and some don't. As for feed, I recommend the latter. Grower and oyster shells on the side is enough.
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    Roo? Or noo? Your thoughts

    Cockerels. All 3.
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    Fertilized eggs???

    Post pictures of the candling. If she has been on them for a week, fertile eggs will certainly start to develop.
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    Overly Aggressive Hen Toward New Flock Members

    Polish are easy targets. Brahmas are big birds. A lot of people separate Polish chickens because Polish are small, have crests, and they can have poor vision due to their crest. Whenever I integrate new birds, I provide more feeders and waterers. In your case, it might be worth a try to...
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    Splash marans pullet?

    That is definitely a pullet. Nothing about it says cockerel.
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    Splash marans pullet?

    Splash Marans definitely do not have beards. They have a clean face. No crests and no beards. Bird pictured is not pure.
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    Splash marans pullet?

    Yeah. Pullet. Not a splash Marans though.
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