Sorry for your loss. Our BBB jake was the `friendliest' turk we've raised. Very sociable and bred for doom and stuffing. `George' was fortunate to have been `hatched' in your midst. Not many BB's ever get to taste a `treat' of any kind.
Heritage varieties are pretty sociable as well and aren't challenged by traditional genetic engineering...
she was old,but i love how she passed but i wish she hadn't
Jan. 2, 2012: i walked out to the coop let the girls out (yes she grew up and lived with chickens) i opened the door and waited for her to walk out but she didn't,
so then i looked in she had her head tucked under her wing (like a chicken) i went to wake her up for breakfast i calmly said her name she did not move, so then i petted her to see if she would wake up but she didn't so i picked her up...then i relised she was limp i broke down in tears holding her telling her to make any kind of noise did this for about 10-15 minuets then i looked in her XXL next box and there i saw 3 eggs so i rushed them over to my 2 toms and hoped they can fertilize them i waited..and waited...and waited so then i went to check on them and out of the 3 only 2 hatched and they live with me today. but i will always remember ginger