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Discussion in 'Games, Jokes, and Fun!' started by BantamFan4Life, Dec 20, 2013.
Okay are you mallards mean or nice
My female is nice she thinks she is the queen over everybody though
I just want to know what kind of chickens and ducks i should get and what ones are nice or mean
Oh um for chickens. All of mine are nice they aren't mean much to each other. They are still working out the pecking order though. I thought you had chickens?
1. White Rocks
3. Silver Laced Wyandottes
4. ISA Browns
5. Black Australorps
Oh don't get Barred rock roo! They known to be mean and mine was really mean! It tore off one of my hens comb!
I have no idea. A neighbor when I was a kid had ducks and geese and chickens. He had mallards and Pekins, but I don't know anything about broodiness of ducks at all.
Just found out the pullet I've been waiting on to lay for me, is a rooster. No crowing, but lots of mating (or attempts at least) over the past few days. Oh, well.
Wyandottes and Orpingtons and Cochins are really friendly breeds of chickens.
Wyandottes don't usually go broody (less than a 50/50 chance, but there is a chance)
Orpingtons do go broody (more than 50/50; say 60/40-ish)
Cochins almost always go broody (99.9999999999999999999999999999999% lol)
You can check out the broody hatch-a-long and informational thread. Broodiness is listed in the first post, you can pick what you want. Remember to get plenty of them if you get a breed that does go broody, b/c when they set, they don't lay. You might look for some hens that won't go broody, but are good layers (Wyandottes are very good layers and very friendly).
If you need me to, I can post a link to the thread.
Yeah, I forgot ChickenBoy has mallards, silly me!!!
You might look for some duck threads too. =)
I have a barred rock rooster he wasnt as mean as the ISA Brown roo
Like i wanted to know what ducks were nice and wont chase you when u have some food in your hamds
I you dont mind can u post a link please?
So i wont have to go searching every where for the thread