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I should’ve asked their age.
Red Horse Ranch is correct.
I can’t stand the noise dogs make.
We bought our house in our rural neighborhood for the huge shade trees and quiet.
Now the people across the...
That young buff fellow is Ziggy.
He’s my 3 1/2 month old bantam Cochin cockerel. He doesn’t have all his adult plumage yet. He thinks he’s the man...
I know of many people who have bantam roosters that successfully fertilized standard hen’s eggs and have the chicks to prove it.
I have no idea...
What are the symptoms of Newcastle?
Is it respiratory?
Can other bird species get it?
Exactly what Sourland said.
I would add that as long as they can see each other throughout the day, through the fence, they will get used to each...
I would choose a rooster that someone can’t keep but is really good with his hens and not human aggressive.
A mature rooster (1 year or older)...
Love my bantam roos!
I decided to rehome my standard Australorp rooster due to the hens losing all the feathers on their backs.
I don’t want to...
Please please consider a bantam rooster!
I find them easier to handle, very alert with excellent instincts and they don’t ruin the hens feathers...
I’m sorry but that is a sweet sound compared to some roosters lol.
There’s a rooster in my rural neighborhood that sounds like a...
I really love my Naked Necks.
I so wish I could keep them but I’m totally over the stress standard roosters cause my hens.
Some hens will crow. Is she still laying?
I heard that if they somehow get damage or a problem with their ovary (chickens only use one) they may...
So my two young cockerels are 9 weeks old now.
They’re looking so handsome :love
I wish I could keep them but I know when the hormones kick in...
Welcome to one of the best forums on the Internet lol! :frow
I hope you enjoy it here and learn a lot...I know I have. :old
Love me some roos!
I’m sticking with the bantam guys now because I find them easier to deal with and they generally don’t ruin the hens feathers.
I think just the silver and buff. You can always tell because females really don’t get red wattles or combs until much later.
I would say yes they’re cockerels.
The jumping and flying at each other is pecking order behavior.
Females will do it too sometimes.
I was going to say Dampierre but they have white earlobes and it looks like he doesn’t.
You can absolutely put them in the coop now.
Chicks will make a “distressed” sound when it’s time for bed but they’re really not distressed....
I’m in southern Idaho. Unseasonably cold May this year. Very wet.
I’ve had three first time broodys hatch and rear chicks starting in early...