Bantam Cochin roo?

jsamansk

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My sister says hen, it comes from here birds but I say rooster. It attacks me and is a total jerk. I hold it down and it stops temporarily attacking. I have heard no crows and it is about five monthes. Help.
 

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DogAndCat36

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My sister says hen, it comes from here birds but I say rooster. It attacks me and is a total jerk. I hold it down and it stops temporarily attacking. I have heard no crows and it is about five monthes. Help.
She is a pullet. Pullets can also be nasty. I had a hen that would always bite her sister's neck and shake it like crazy like she wanted to kill her. She never pecked me but she was rude,
 

jsamansk

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She is a pullet. Pullets can also be nasty. I had a hen that would always bite her sister's neck and shake it like crazy like she wanted to kill her. She never pecked me but she was rude,
Uhg I’m gonna have to search somewhere on here about trying to get it to stop. It goes after my dogs (attacks their heads) too. It doesn’t hurt but it is quit frustrating.
 

DogAndCat36

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Uhg I’m gonna have to search somewhere on here about trying to get it to stop. It goes after my dogs (attacks their heads) too. It doesn’t hurt but it is quit frustrating.
Sorry but I do not know how to stop it. Maybe you can make another thread and ask how to stop it? In fact, I have been thinking about video tapping my two hens but it has been tricky.
 

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Try pecking her back when she pecks at you. Fast as you can, peckpeckpeck, hard enough to be annoying, not to cause injuries. If she's really a jerk to flockmates, move her on to an adult flock, where she'll learn some better social skills. If she's just after you, have zero tolerance for her obnoxious behaviors. Wear boots and jeans, and walk through her, and don't let her in your personal space at all.
I'm dealing with a Speckled Sussex pullet a lot like your girl, and she's vastly improved over the last month or so.
Mary
 

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