Topic Options
#74996 - 10/12/03 01:51 PM roos times 2
Anonymous
Unregistered


Okay - I give up. I think we have 2 roo's. The buff orp confirmed himself this morning with a crow. Now we have a columbian rock that is looking roo-ish. Very red comb and wattles. They are all the same age so who knows. If he crows - then we have a problem. Would push he neighbors over the edge :p . But out of 27 chicks ordered sexed I guess thats not to bad.

Top
#74997 - 10/12/03 02:06 PM Re: roos times 2
Anonymous
Unregistered


We have the same problem with the 25 chicks we ordered, but we don't have the neighbor problem, thank goodness.

2 roos aren't so bad, their antics in wooing the girls can be very funny.

Enjoy

Top
#74998 - 10/12/03 04:20 PM Re: roos times 2
Spotted Crow Offline
Ruler of the Roost

Registered: 07/24/03
Posts: 855
Loc: Massachusetts
Boy would I love push my neighbour over the edge, of ULURU!
Congrats on another rooster wink

Top
#74999 - 10/13/03 10:13 AM Re: roos times 2
Anonymous
Unregistered


sounds like you're doing pretty good, we were 4 for 23. kept one and 3 are frozen. the one that escaped the block was just too pretty and his undeveloped crow is quite entertaining. Every time our adult roo crows, the little one follows with something of a crow/scream

Top
#75000 - 10/13/03 12:17 PM Re: roos times 2
Spotted Crow Offline
Ruler of the Roost

Registered: 07/24/03
Posts: 855
Loc: Massachusetts
Yeah, they do sound lousy when they're first crowing, almost like they're underwateror being choked. laugh Jerry now finishes his crow of with a sort-of growl. He's a professional smile

Top


Moderator:  Admin @ The Coop, Foehn