- May 11, 2014
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morning everybody. i'll leave the chicken jokes alone.
It sounds like i need to work on my patience now while they are still small. Thank you, I will try to keep your perspective when mine get crazy.am just sharing my experience with my chickens in general and roosters and anger specifically
Wow, I do have a lot to learn, lolThey only made it through the first cull, because they were runts and we couldn't tell that they weren't pullets. Not the best gene pool for future generations and I prefer my eggs unfertilized.
That's our hope. We also have a couple of dogs that we want to be able to hang out with the chickens, so we are sitting with chickens in our laps with the 2 dogs. There's some chickens that definitely have attitude! This one, the littlest actually, started pecking my dog in the nose, repeatedly. The dog just licked the chicken and it stopped, lol.truly believe one can help train chickens to be more friendly , even roosters , I’ve seen it with my own eyes
And hair! Very nice looking man.beard was shorter...
We did raise chickens for eggs and food, but we were friends with all of the hens and the roosters as well, until the roosters grew problematic.yeah we were raised like Greywolf , chickens were food and I watched my parents chop the head off many a bird as a kid growing up and I didn’t think twice about it as a kid
as an adult , I have come to respect life , all life , in every form , and as an elderly human , I’ll be 70 soon , I am still learning about life
I wrung the chicken’s necks, instead of chopping off their heads, and if you do it right, the head stays on and keeps the blood from going everywhere as the chicken flops around.So you never got to see a chicken without it's head flying around