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  1. HeiHeisMom

    What is this?

    Actually close to scar tissue where he had stitched in his leg a year and a half ago. His leg was broken and torn open. Doc set the leg and stitched him i Daughter pulled five pin feathers from it, it bled berry little but rooster is much happier. It is soft and squishy. No pus be out, just all...
  2. HeiHeisMom

    What is this?

    Actually closer to the front side of outer left thigh..
  3. HeiHeisMom

    What is this?

    Outer left thigh.
  4. HeiHeisMom

    What is this?

    Have a three year old RIR, survived two dog attacks over a year ago. He has something that appears to be herniated though muscle??? Not sure what we're looking at. He doesn't like for it to be touched, but doesn't act as though it hurts. Has anyone seen this before? Tendon? Ligament? Fatty...
  5. HeiHeisMom

    Comment by 'HeiHeisMom' in article 'What a Chicken's Comb Can Indicate'

    Shock can also cause a comb or wattles to go pale or bluish if extrem shock occured. Excellent article!!!
  6. HeiHeisMom

    Need advice on my Buff Orpingtons- Bubbles and Betsy

    That's how our Hei Hei started. He here to be almost 20 lbs and was a monster no animal would recon with. But he was my love boy. He wanted held and cuddled. I'd sit in the coop and he'd jump in my lap. We should've machine him Hulk because he'd pull those wings down and forward raise his...
  7. HeiHeisMom

    Need advice on my Buff Orpingtons- Bubbles and Betsy

    Bubbles is definitely CCX and appears to be Bubba. CCX cockerels are so much fun! They are literally puppies of the chook world! Oh, I wish I had another!!
  8. HeiHeisMom

    Need advice on my Buff Orpingtons- Bubbles and Betsy

    Bunbles is a CCX. They are very friendly and loving. Please monitor her feed or she'll out grow her skeleton and have leg issues.
  9. HeiHeisMom

    Which breeds have you had good egg production from?

    If you socialize rattly, often and consistently Let opens will be less s skittish and, although remain qute shy they still become friendly and accept attention.
  10. HeiHeisMom

    Co dependant rooster

    2.5 year old RIR Rooster panic crowed me awake at 3 am to tell me the chicks (10 weeks old) were out in the run alone, the temperature had dropped significantly and it had started raining. He was too warm and dry to go out of the coop to get them... The hens refused to help the babies so he...
  11. HeiHeisMom

    Chicken Shaming to Lighten the Mood

    Roosters that like to mount hens backwards or sideways. Lol
  12. HeiHeisMom

    Chicken Shaming to Lighten the Mood

    I like to sleep out of the coop with the cats, they sleep on Daddy's truck, so I do too!
  13. HeiHeisMom

    Chicken Shaming to Lighten the Mood

    I have a Barred Rock that loves to hide out as well, but she's not that clever!
  14. HeiHeisMom

    Chicken Shaming to Lighten the Mood

    How in the world!????
  15. HeiHeisMom

    Chicken Shaming to Lighten the Mood

    That's our Styles, loves to saddle up even if it's backwards! Styles is the Brahma Silky explosion. Snape, the RIR, was the same until 8 months old. Lol
  16. HeiHeisMom

    Can i wrap aluminum around a light bulb to make a heating source for chicks?

    They turned off the light because it was a white light (regular light bulb) and the chicks did not get a break from light.
  17. HeiHeisMom

    Rooster in shock

    He was up alert, crowing and enjoying his hen friend by 630 this morning. The B complex was like a shot of steroids for him.😂 Keeping an eye on him, but he went back to coop mid morning and was bossing others around again. I think he'll be fine. Will keep you updated. Thank you!
  18. HeiHeisMom

    Rooster in shock

    I love the winged peoples ❤️
  19. HeiHeisMom

    Rooster in shock

    Thank you. I was wondering if there was something I could do to help him. I've been giving the B complex chicken vitamin liquid in feed. He's sleeping in house tonight with a best friend hen.
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