Broodies look so MEAN.

Badhbh

Songster
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Really... look at that murderous gleam in her eye. She's just waiting for me to make a false move, and she'll eat my face off.

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She's the one that laid her eggs in the hay loft. I had to relocate her. That's 14 eggs she's sitting on.
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Blue_Myst

Songster
10 Years
Feb 5, 2009
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I'd turn around....very slowly....and quietly creep away. With luck you'll still have all your limbs.

I had two go broody on the same nest. Trust me, two evil glares are worse than one.
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I love her coloring, she's a gorgeous girl! Are those eggs she's going to hatch?
 

Badhbh

Songster
12 Years
Nov 16, 2007
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Southern Indiana
She's a BLRW. I don't know what's under her- looks like she took one from each hen and laid some of hers on top. She's got a hodge podge under her. I've got several roosters, so what they'll be is anyone's guess
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Badhbh

Songster
12 Years
Nov 16, 2007
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Southern Indiana
Thanks
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When I moved her, I saw that she'd plucked herself completely bare underneath. I know that they do it, but it was shocking to see it.
 

msgenie516

The Happy Hen
11 Years
May 16, 2008
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Hi,

Oh, yes, they take this very seriously and look FEROCIOUS! But any broodies that I've had are either Silkies or Cochin Banties, which makes them easy to deal with. I don't know how I would do if one of my BO's went broody. Just have to wait and see. Good luck!
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