Blinders and breeding

dustponds10

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Apr 18, 2010
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Well I recently bought some blinders for some of my roosters that are fighting and I really need them to be housed in the same area. I am wondering if the blinders will inhibit them from breeding with the hens?
 

Chris09

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All thought I don't think that "blinder" will affect breeding, I also don't think they are going to be the cure to your roosters fighting.

Chris
 

dustponds10

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Apr 18, 2010
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Well, I am hopefull. I might have to try something else out but it is worth a shot for sure. I have been told mixed results on this so I hope that it at least makes it harder for them to pick on eachother.
 

mississippifarmboy

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Illia

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Blinders are plastic devices put on gamebirds that cover their forward vision, usually red in color, to prevent birds from pecking each other/cannibalism. It is often used with Pheasants and poultry in very small confinements.
 

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