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I have 1 dog now, he is a black lab/German shepard mix. His name is Otis.
I also have a kitty named Smokey, she's tiny, cute and lives mosty...
They're very cute. I love their big orange legs. [IMG]
It's not bloody or anything though, just missing a few feathers.
Cloud, Milo's favorite hen has been getting rooster damage lately on the back of her head/neck, and on her back. I've made her an apron that I can...
I don't think the breed says much about the rooster, my EE is a big baby. He's the first one to run and hide in the coop at any sign of trouble....
I'm starting to think mosquitos and allergies. Too many people mowing their lawns as I walk past... Lots of Benadryl.
It can be anything- activities, sights, smells- whatever comes first. I'll start:
Chickens eating bugs in the lawn, sweet potato fries.
The white snake on the fruit is my favorite. [IMG]
I found it tonight, outside the coop of course... and now for the other 2 girls to start laying! [IMG]
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I don't see any evidence of mice. Any other possibilities?
I don't think so, but I'll check tomorrow when it's lighter. It's almost dark now.
The only 2 foot problem I know of on chickens are bumblefoot and scaly leg mites. This doesn't seem to be mites. Maybe it's a result of frostbite?...
I had a barred rock named Tiger because he looked like a snow tiger and attacked like one too.
Hehe...sit in the yard with a shot gun...I bet she'd keep the dog on a leash then!!
[IMG] That is such a good story.
I go by the policy that if it's too old for me too eat, I won't give it to the chickens. It Could be okay, but I don't take the chance.
You don't have to kick him to show dominance... I pin mine to the ground (by pushing on his back and holding his wings) until he calms down and...
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What a busy night!