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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by BANTAMWYANDOTTE, Dec 27, 2011.
I bet it's cause I leave em in the house longer than most
Mine get it around end of Aug.
I have been keeping my chicks in for about two weeks before i move then to a runner I have had to worm a few roosters this year they got to where they could not crow worming them took care of that they are back to crowing
Wow they couldn't crow
yea I looked it up and every one was saying it may be worms cause the roosters was not sick at all so I wormed them and a few days later they were crowing only time I have had any do that
don't tell my wife or she'll intentionally give them worms to stop the crowing.
she must hate that rosecomb by now then, I know he crows every five minutes and will get into crowing battles.
I have some that crows at night around 3:30 lol
I meant I wonder not I bet
I give chicks medicated feed and usually keep em in the house for close to 4 weeks then they go straight to a pen with straw. It's difficult to keep them in the house that long and a ton of work. It's mostly because of the cold though. I don't use any lights of any kind outside.