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 daysMine just do the smart thing and get under cover when a hawk is spotted
yessChLcken has trained us lol
yeyyeyeyeyeeyeyyeI certainly have. Did a good job of it too.
So how did he get in the trash can???
stop licking!I didn't say it was a bad thing.
heheNo. I think I take the cake for that one.
thats a long time
speckled sussexTo whoever it was that wanted to see. Do you have SS of Moony's posts?
you paranoidhumanYou paranoid cheese grater
paranoid alien?Paranoid spatula?
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.