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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by TK Poultry, Aug 1, 2010.
How do I keep two roosters in the same breeding pen that didn't grow up together?
Why do you want them in the same breeding pen? I thought breeding pens were so you could tell which rooster was the daddy of particular eggs...
just give them enough space to get away from each other they will fight alot at 1st to establish dominance but they shouldnt kill eachother
If you have typical breeding pens (small) you don't.
you need space and more than 2 roosters....
Well I was going to buy a trio of Blue and Black Bantam Ameraucanas and I wanted to use a blue rooster along with my brood rooster Sampson, but I'm only getting a black pullet now so I don't have to worry about it now
just remembered other day when i was at amish they had 2 banty roosters kept in a closed small coop with 20laying hens and neither 1 was in any bad shape