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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by BANTAMWYANDOTTE, Dec 27, 2011.
That works but if you miss it by a day you could have multiple ruined stags.
that looks like one stable chick
i thought he was white on his chest, it's actually a yellow/cream didn't realize it til I just took em out in the natural light.
better to pen them a little early to avoid problems.
U having any water problems shubin
going to keep these 2 love the spangled....murphy
Kelso, Sweater, Pumpkin/Grey
lmao... Okay so a fat well cared laying hen is not healthy if she likes to battle? I must not have any good hens, and didn't even breed half of them. So who knows what phenotype was bred for. Pecking order is something than can be established when you have hens that will submit after defeat, I do not. It's not fun, but I know the stags they produce are dead game.