Not sure. Never heard of anyone doing it. Also not sure how submissive your girls will be right away to a random rooster. You could always try though I suppose.Doesn’t mean I cant take my hens to go and be serviced.... there are people who “stud” there roosters are there not?
I don’t think it’s a thing because the potential bio security issues and risk of introducing disease, etc. is enormous not to mention the potential for injury. My birds are horrible to “outsiders” so no way would some random rooster be able to get anywhere near them let alone mate with them.Not sure. Never heard of anyone doing it. Also not sure how submissive your girls will be right away to a random rooster. You could always try though I suppose.
Good idea! Then you can have roosters to breed. Speaking of which, do you have any good quality, updated pics of her/him?I really would love to see!Besides... going off another thread that I started and everyone so forcefully told me that my hen is boy even after I had vet confirmed that she is a she I’m thinking of re locating as I really don’t want to have to give her up if indeed she is a boy... so it brought the thought to my head if I did relocate to somewhere I could have Roos then what would I need to do and how do I become a breeder.