stilldeb

Songster
9 Years
May 28, 2010
691
4
121
NW Kentucky
My little Frizzle roo - who right now is pretty darned nekkid and funny-looking, which I've been told is temporary - is very subservient to his "girls" - five mixed bantams - two Sebrights, one Silkie, one EE, one Polish. When the "chest-bumping" or challenging starts, he tries, but ends up cowering to whoever started it (and he is a teeny bit smaller than they are as well, which I'm sure doesn't help). Is he going to be a wimpy roo? He is extremely sweet and probably likes to be held more than any of them.

Deb G
KY

 

mrsp523

Songster
9 Years
Apr 23, 2010
170
8
136
Western Mass
He is so cute...I think a little roo would be great, Im sure he will learn to hold his own! But what do I know...I'm new at all this.
 

gritsar

Cows, Chooks & Impys - OH MY!
12 Years
Nov 9, 2007
28,906
246
421
SW Arkansas
He's just a baby, he'll grow up and come to realize he's suppose to be in charge.
He may always stay out of the hen fights though, if he's a smart roo.
 

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