- Oct 26, 2016
I don't think he's hurting them, I don't see any visible damage to them or any feathers pulled out. I just worry his favorites will get hurt eventually. Some of the girls try to run from him. Most don't.Is he being rough with them? I don't mean to be rude by saying this, but mating is just what they do. If he is causing damages to the girls, or if they are showing signs of being scared I'd say there is a potential problem. If not, and it's just the amount of breeding that is a concern, I wouldn't fret it to much.
I have had boys that will calm down after a while with their new flock, and I've had some that are just always "wired up." If he's not hurting them though I wouldn't worry much.