MichiganWoods

DD (Artistic Digital Diva)
11 Years
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Meet Blondie. This is the (EE) rooster we decided to keep.



He spends most of his time chasing the hens around the yard. They get annoyed with him and often find places to hide. Such as the roof of my husband's car.




Blondie will proceed to crow, annoyed, at the hen. The hen in turn just sits there staring down at him before realizing she can see quite a lot from her perch.



And yes, she did leave a present for my husband on his windshield.


She finally caught a break and went back over to join her friend, Lucy.

 
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LadyShred

Songster
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lol that's cute. I don't blame her for running from the rooster - we all have had enough crap from men from time to time.
 

gritsar

Cows, Chooks & Impys - OH MY!
12 Years
Nov 9, 2007
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Cute pics. Pretty birds!

My hens do the same thing. They know Thor can't fit thru the holes in the yard fence and they can; so guess where they like to hang out?
 

MichiganWoods

DD (Artistic Digital Diva)
11 Years
Oct 6, 2008
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West Michigan
LadyShred,
so true.

Thanks, gritsar! Love your roo's name!
- Does he hollar at the hens when he can't reach 'em?
 

gritsar

Cows, Chooks & Impys - OH MY!
12 Years
Nov 9, 2007
28,906
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SW Arkansas
Quote:He walks around the perimeter of the yard, crowing non-stop AND he tries to trick them. He picks up just any old thing - leaves, scraps of paper, etc. - then makes his treat noise trying to get the hens to come to him. The hens used to fall for it, but they finally wised up.
 

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