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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
great movie. Miss ole John candy.
Got an answer on the sussex thread! Apparently this is fine. Y'all know that SS get more white with every molt, but they said a roo that does this produces chicks with too much white. So he's still good for breeding!
So who's got a favorite method for trimming spurs?
listening to Beatles Revolver album so just it's time to start on the re-entry LOL ttfn
I have used a hand clippers for tree's although I know there is a hot potatoe method as well
Tippy, camping, wishing, how are y'all this morning? Camping you got some beautiful birds yesterday.
Just wondering why do people remove the spurs. Would it be ok to keep them in case of a predictor attack?
talk later twist. I cant find out what he is now. gonna bug me. expensive anyway.
thats great camping ! i use doggy clippers .
I have a small old roo that trips over his. free ranging is good . some never range . some are mean those need to be trimmed .
They can get too long and injure the hens or make the roo walk funny.
Thanks both of y'all. I'm not against it. I was just wondering. Gonna have to keep an eye on my roo. He's friendly but I don't want him to hurt the hens or trip over em