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  1. WhitF

    Rooster behavior

    Ok cool. The other night I peeked in after dark and he was puffed up and looked to be shivering and the others seemed fine, so I brought him to the garage. He usually seems fine though, I’ve looked in before. They have a few windows for ventilation, I’ve been thinking of doing a shutter on them...
  2. WhitF

    Rooster behavior

    I was thinking that also. We got all 5 from an assorted straight run bin at Atwood’s and of course two turned out to be roos. All 5 are different breeds! Lol! I was thinking of trying to add in a few gals this spring or summer.
  3. WhitF

    Rooster behavior

    He is filled out! He’s a pretty, sweet lil thing! Ok cool, thank you :)
  4. WhitF

    Rooster behavior

    Hi! So I have 5 bantams, all around 4 months old. 2 of the 5 are roosters, 1 is obviously the dominant roo and the other is very docile. I haven’t seen any fighting or injuries which is great! Here are my questions: The sweet, “bottom” (?) roo normally sleeps alone and a foot or so away from...
  5. WhitF

    Chapped or cracked toe webbing?

    Ooohhhh ok that makes sense, we’ve had high 50s at night into 70s ans then all of a sudden we got a cold front and the temps dropped. Well Vaseline it is then! Thank you for your help!
  6. WhitF

    Chapped or cracked toe webbing?

    Ok cool, I was wondering if a couple had dryness, I’m wondering if it could be the wind. They have lots of water. I did make a windbreak for their run today also. Okay I’ll try the Vaseline, thank you!
  7. WhitF

    Chapped or cracked toe webbing?

    One of my Banty hens looked today like her toe webbing might be cracked or chapped? I saw some red there and wasn’t sure how to best treat it. It has been around 30 degrees here at night and going up to 45/50 in the day (I’m in NE OK). I figured cleaning and maybe neosporin, but is there...
  8. WhitF

    Adopting a rooster

    Thank you! 🥰
  9. WhitF

    Adopting a rooster

    Oh my stars I did not know I could do that! That’s awesome! And that’s so great you have all the roos! My little bantam roos crack me up!
  10. WhitF

    Adopting a rooster

    Ooohhh thank you so much for your response!! Ok this is all good to know! I appreciate it!
  11. WhitF

    Adopting a rooster

    So there’s a free range rooster in my parents subdivision that was kicked out of his yard. I guess they raised a straight run and didn’t rehome the roos, just chucked them out of the yard. So it’s in a very busy neighborhood right in the middle of the city and me and my spouse are thinking of...
  12. WhitF

    Stray Roo

    Thank you for the help! thank you! thank you! He is! He’s not friendly lol but I’m afraid he’s going to get hit so we may adopt him
  13. WhitF

    Stray Roo

    This guy was apparently kicked out of his yard when the owners had too many Roos, and now he has taken up residence in my parents yard. So the neighbor told me he’s a roo (I’m very new to this and have a few young banties) and I’m wondering what breed he is. I’m thinking of trying to bring him...
  14. WhitF

    The banties are 6 weeks now!

    Thank you!! They’re my first ones so lots of learning happening! Lol
  15. WhitF

    The banties are 6 weeks now!

    Oohhh I like it!!
  16. WhitF

    The banties are 6 weeks now!

    Yes! Opal is the white frizzle, the grey lady is Helena Bonham Clucker, the young red breasted roo is Nugget, the d’anver roo is Pepper and the the speckled gal is Jasper….she might get renamed lol
  17. WhitF

    The banties are 6 weeks now!

    The cockerels will be handsome! thank you!!
  18. WhitF

    The banties are 6 weeks now!

  19. WhitF

    My bantam babies! What breed are they? Any guesses?

    Oh lord I hope not! This one is my smallest chick and one of the sweetest so far! He nestles down on my lap so hopefully he’s an exception! :)
  20. WhitF

    My bantam babies! What breed are they? Any guesses?

    Well I have no idea, I just google pics and try to see the resemblance! Lol so I’m going with what you guys are saying!
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