Obeying her avian overlords
Premium Feather Member
- Apr 20, 2019
Hang on Alex. You have roosters. Have none of your hens gone broody or are the roosters not fulfilling all their duties?Listen. I have been online all afternoon looking here, within a 50 mile radius (That's 80.5 kilometers to you Aussies) for replacement hens, and can find NONE! (None worth buying anyways)
Only two went broody. Roxy broke her leg and I had to kill her. Hen-Rietta went broody but then lost interest. Maybe I should go to Queensland!!!Hang on Alex. You have roosters. Have none of your hens gone broody or are the roosters not fulfilling all their duties?
There seems to be an epidemic of broodiness in other parts of the world. Notably Queensland.
Hopefully it will infect your flock and you could raise some chicks. (only if you want them of course)