Tips For Managing Rooster Behavior in a Bachelor Colony

You Don’t Need a Rooster Rescue, Set Up a Bachelor Pad Instead

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Countryside Daily

Unless you buy sexed day-old chicks, chances are you’ve got extra roosters this spring! Finding a rooster rescue can be difficult, especially during the spring when extra, unwanted roosters start to appear as for sale or free… Continue Reading

How to Keep your Chickens Cool this Summer

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amy elizabeth
TBN Ranch

Summer is coming, is your chicken yard and coop suitable to sustain the well being of your flock? It’s important to prepare for extreme heat or your birds may suffer from heat exhaustion. Sun is the #1 enemy to chickens that are confined, especially in small quarters… Continue Reading

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Follow the Roo

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Arizona Pet Chicken Lovers

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Life is a Gift

This is Fanny, he was the chosen Silkie Rooster on our little farm that would be re-homed. Today he found a nice home where he will rule the roost currently occupied by 4 pullets exactly his age.

He was lucky, the fate of a rooster is often doomed for slaughter, especially in an urban setting. But don’t ever be in a hurry, put in a little effort, and find a way to give all God’s animals a place to enjoy a happy life.

Fanny Silkie Roo

Rooster Jo

Almost 4 months, and one Silkie finally let me in on the secret of it’s gender. Actually, it wasn’t a big surprise when I heard my white Silkie attempt to crow this morning. His name is now officially Jo, not Jojo.

Silkies are nearly impossible to sex until they’re mature enough to either crow or lay an egg. If you watch them often enough, their behavior sometimes offers a clue, but even still, nothing is ever for sure until that moment of truth.

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