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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by starfliker, Feb 2, 2013.
Please tell me
Tough to answer - lots of peoples talk about their silkies as being good lap chickens.
Orpingtons, silkies, cochins - most anything that is raised with a lot of interaction. Make pets of your hens - not your roosters. Overly socialized roosters frequently lose respect and become human aggressive.
Our cochins were our friendlest but in defense of the others, the cochins were handled the most.
D'uccles D'uccles D'uccles here's here's some pics!
Our Cochins hate us and one is very mean and attacks people often!
My lap chickens and have been since the day they hatched, are 3-3 year old EE hens.
My Black Australorps are HUGE lap babies....they beg for me to sit down in the run just so they can pile on my lap. Some even defend the position closest to me. They are 2 years old this year and have been doing this since they were tiny babies.
Thanks every one and those duccles look so cute
Yeah, and they're really sweet too! When ever Millie my D'uccle gets pecked she'll come running to me! And she will sit in my lap and let me snuggle her for hours!