Separate names with a comma.
You might try again after she is healed, but I doubt that his behavior will change towards her so do not leave them alone from the very start.
Is it just her and the rooster ? She has nearly been scalped - separate them before that happens.
The Princess got pretty emotional last night when things looked a bit iffy. She never got to say "Good Bye" to the last dog, and apparently...
@Blooie - good news.
Fed her light tonight, and she ate with gusto. My gut and past history with goldens are telling me that it may very well be cancer. Both of our...
Feather buffing as an added bonus.
Welcome to BYC. Birds with larger combs are cockerels. The bad news is that they are not leghorns. They appear to be Cornish cross meat birds -...
Welcome to BYC, and sorry that you are having to deal with this. I agree with @R2elk that it is the neighbors responsibility to keep them. Given...
Thanks, room, right now she is acting fairly normal, and has even eaten a bit. We'll get her in for a complete work up next week and find out...
As has been stated 'mock' or 'play' fighting is normal for both pullets and cockerels. Luckily for you, all of your birds are pullets.
Sadly, I lean Mareks disease. Hopefully I am wrong.
As others have posted, he is a cuckoo marans cockerel; hence, the difference in barring and color. The second bird pictured is a pullet.
Welcome to BYC. Most likely that bird is a cockerel.
Welcome to BYC, and good luck in finding your 'forever land' farmette. I heartily recommend retirement.
Your suspicions are correct.
Good morning, and welcome to BYC. Your birds are in great condition.
Good morning, Jessica, and welcome to BYC.
Welcome to BYC. Excellent advise and resources regarding desirable space have already been given. Good luck with your flock.
Have a plan 'B' in mind for when they become troublesome.
What breed do you have. In my experience both male and female muscovies will hiss, but only mallard derived hens do so, and then only when they...