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Rooster Leg Restraints?

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by DrinkTheRainbow, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. DrinkTheRainbow

    DrinkTheRainbow Songster

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    I wanted to know where you can get these as I want them for both large and bantam size. I wanted to keep them in a smaller area so if I let out some hens that are "his" then they are more likely to stay with him.

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  2. DrinkTheRainbow

    DrinkTheRainbow Songster

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    Hello, has anyone seen these or have these or know where I can get these?
     
  3. Chief

    Chief Songster

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    Check out Belle Farm Game Fowl Supplies
    www.bellefarm.net
    (828)584-0852
    (800)331-2876
     
  4. Illia

    Illia Crazy for Colors

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    There are quite a few poultry supply stores that have them, I think even Cutler's does?
     
  5. AllenK RGV

    AllenK RGV Chicken Addict Premium Member

    The link for bellefarm.net doesn't work does anyone have more up to date information? On sourcing leg leashes/restraints. I have a problem roo my wife will not allow me to cull.
     
  6. aart

    aart Chicken Juggler! Premium Member

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  8. centrarchid

    centrarchid Free Ranging

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    Do leave the ties out where dogs can get them. One of my dogs just chewed several apparently for the rope component.
     
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  9. AllenK RGV

    AllenK RGV Chicken Addict Premium Member

    Yep leather is ruled out for that very reason, but mine aren't too interested in chewing things vs eating chicken poop our their scratch/crumbs.
     

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