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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by jchny2000, Dec 18, 2012.
"I DREAM OF A BETTER WORLD WHERE CHICKENS CAN CROSS THE ROAD WITHOUT HAVING THEIR MOTIVES QUESTIONED!"
I have a very lovely golden seabright cockerel that is in need of a new home. He is not safe for children unless you are a very good chicken trainer
I would like to get 10 for him because he is the prettiest we got, but I need him out of here asap.
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If you can post a picture many will fall in love with him. I have children so it is a no go but pictures increase interest. AND I really like seeing the different breeds.
He may be okay with older children, but my 4 year old was sitting in the grass and he tried to assert dominance on him twice and scratched his face. I will work on getting a pic of him this afternoon
Welcome to our thread!
Will check out your page
my youngest is just past 1.
I have a Cochin Bantam rooster...umm..."going after" all my big girls, mostly my Black Australorp. My dad says we need to call it a whore house instead of a hen house (such a funny guy).
Does this cross pose a threat to eggs at all? If some were to end up hatching (I may leave some if a girl decides to go broody) would there be a problem?
This rooster came to me from a fellow BYC'er and he is hilarious! Once a meek, sweet little guy, is now the BIG man on campus. He competes in a daily crowing contest with the neighbor's rooster (their only bird since the rest were eaten by the raccoon massacre of summer '13). I can't believe that rooster hasn't made his way over to our place...
I'm not seeing what's going on as a huge problem since nobody seems to get too upset over the frolicking going on.
Just want to make sure there's nothing bad going to happen with the eggs!!
Oh, only if I was closer to you!!