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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by Nupine, Jul 5, 2008.
I kind of like the old english, and may take on a color someday, but how do you dub them?
Rooster-Red or CUDA has a great page on it. Do a search for them and it's in their signature. I cannot remember which person though! LOL
It was CUDA. Here is the link:
EEEEEEEWWWWWWWGGGGGHHHHH!!!! I am soo sorry my curiosity got the best of me on that one!!!!! OW OW OW OW !
not only are the game birds good looking, they have wonderful personalities. But when the boys grow up they become very pugnaciouse (sp?)
ETAQ: thus the dubbing. I had two boys who got along quite well, one day I went outside and one was laying in a heap with the other one standing over him., both of them panting. Lucky I went out when I did.
i dubbed one of my chickens last year and got a few more to do this year, glad your taking an interest in oeg there exciting birds to watch and have! but they are mean, my one roo is really nasty and got me in the face today, but i CUDA's page is great i wish we had that last year lol.
It is relatively easy and quick but not for the squemish.
well quick if you know what your doing, haha, i had to hold the birds feet while my dad and uncle were doing it and the look on my poor little guys face, i knew he was thinking; im gonna die and i dont have any kids to carry on my legacy !
I love the games but dubbing isn't my favorite part. They go right back to eating when you put them down though. Make sure you get good scissors!