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funny story

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by titan307, Jul 2, 2007.

  1. titan307

    titan307 New Egg

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    the other day my relief person didnt show up so i had to stay and work a double shift. well my daughter and her husband decided to drop by and check on my wife. since i was not home and it was getting dark, my son-in-law thought he would help me out and get the chickens put up for me. well while he was "helping me out" one of my roos decided he didnt like being coaxed in. so he turned around and started after my son-in-law. my wife and daughter said they almost fell off the porch watching him getting chased around the yard and him yelling at the bird to get away. my daughter said he finally ran into the garage. when my wife and daughter finally quit laughing they got up and shooed the roo back to the coop. once the roo was gone my son-in-lw said i thought that stupid bird was possessed the way he fluffed up and started yelling at me. now he wont go out there unless one of us is with him. my wife and daughter said they laughed till their sides hurt and i too as i am writing this just picturing it in my head. the roo has never done that before even my two year old grandaughter can walk all around them and they dont pay her any mind. just thought everyone could use a laugh. any body else have funnies
     
  2. Blondie

    Blondie Chillin' With My Peeps

    That's so funny! Our Roo, will run up to my husband and stamp his feet. I think it's funny to watch both of them stamping their feet at each other!! [​IMG]

    Here's Roo:

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  3. mudhen

    mudhen confidently clueless

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    [​IMG] both of your roo stories have me chucling over here!
     

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