He should calm down. This is a time of year when hormones increase again-- as hours of daylight increaseI went out earlier to let the chickens into their runs. The rooster with the batch of my daughter's chickens, came after me. I grabbed my rooster stick, and we went around. When we got through, he was giving me wide berth. I'll see how he does in the morning. The last time he showed any aggression was when he was going through that hormonal "teenage" phase, and got him under control right away. He's been fine every since then, showing no aggression, until today. He's better shape up real fast, or he will be culled.
Yay!!! Glad to have you back in the coop.I am finished with home health and doing pretty good.
Share away! Better than us wondering if you made it out of surgery aliveAnd did not want to share misery. lol
Nice work!!I have been watching video's trying my hand at making paper flowers today.
A case where truth is stranger than fiction!