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CHlCKEN

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Mine just do the smart thing and get under cover when a hawk is spotted
Mine do too. My old rooster wanted to play the tough guy part, and when a hawk got trapped in the run, he taught him a lesson. My poor Daisy got attacked by a hawk before I had a run cover, and she knocked it out. Somehow this killed it. Sadly She was paralyzed and died too. Long story short, I’ve cleaned up a couple of dead hawks in my days 😅🤣
 

human1

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ChLcken has trained us lol
yess

I certainly have. Did a good job of it too.
yeyyeyeyeyeeyeyye

So how did he get in the trash can???
🧐

I didn't say it was a bad thing. :plbb
stop licking!

"Hfluvmywhatetever."
no

No. I think I take the cake for that one.
hehe

To bad @Chicken hasn’t been active in 13 years. It would sure be fun.
thats a long time

To whoever it was that wanted to see. Do you have SS of Moony's posts?
speckled sussex

You paranoid cheese grater
you paranoidhuman

Paranoid spatula?
paranoid alien?
 

TheDawg

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Just random question... any idea why my roosters would only go after certain hens!? I know it doesn’t matter since they’re going soon anyway but I’m curious lol do they just go after easy targets? Do I have some prudes? 😂🤣

They seem to always go after my 3 old girls (the easy targets?) hence why they now hide in the coop all day and then Max is ALWAYS going after his half sister 🤮🤮🤮 not that he knows they’re related but still.

And then one my other girl’s back is quite roughed up, clearly a favorite, but yet I’ve never seen them mate her. And my WL and Delaware eggs are fertile but I’ve never seen them mate them either and their backs are perfect. I guess I just don’t really get why they only go after some girls.
 

The Moonshiner

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Just random question... any idea why my roosters would only go after certain hens!? I know it doesn’t matter since they’re going soon anyway but I’m curious lol do they just go after easy targets? Do I have some prudes? 😂🤣

They seem to always go after my 3 old girls (the easy targets?) hence why they now hide in the coop all day and then Max is ALWAYS going after his half sister 🤮🤮🤮 not that he knows they’re related but still.

And then one my other girl’s back is quite roughed up, clearly a favorite, but yet I’ve never seen them mate her. And my WL and Delaware eggs are fertile but I’ve never seen them mate them either and their backs are perfect. I guess I just don’t really get why they only go after some girls.

Some of your hens are $lμt$. Don't blame the boys.
 

CHlCKEN

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Im attending a Zoom wedding today (in three minutes) and I was sent an invite last week. I reread it today to see what I needed to wear and in bold letters it said
“WE WILL START AT 4:00 PM CENTRAL TIME” I skimmed over the part that said Central Time and looked at my clock (4:50 pm EST) and I nearly had a panic attack because I thought i had missed it. Luckily there was a note at the bottom that said
“FOR THOSE OF YOU ON EASTERN TIME, WE WILL START AT 5:00” and I’ve never been more relieved in my life 🤣 😅 😂
 

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