Cock-a-Too-de-loo

We had a quiet farewell on Saturday night.


Goodbye to Beauty and Penny!


We found a home for our 2 roosters, and so we sent them off in a cardboard box to some greener grasses, 2 acres to be exact. Hopefully it will feel like home in no time!

Penny

Beauty

(We may still have one rooster, but are not sure and at least he is quiet for now, we shall see)

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  1. >Hi yes me myself and I have had chickens in Southern metropolitan california for awhile we started out with 5 and then we soon had 13 that was a chore…only one of my babies turned out to be a rooster who was very mean at times…you could be across the whole yard and he would silently come running at you and bang you in the back of the legs…So he went a bye bye not sorry to see him leave at all…I lived on a ranch all my life until I got married and moved to So Cali..I remember when one of my chickens became gay, they can become she he's. She layed eggs and then she didn't and she then became a rooster funny thing…I looked it up because everyone thought I was waco when I said my hen turned into a rooster but no it came happen because of a non distinct ovary in the hens…well there is my science lesson for the day…have fun with your chickens I did for 15 years my last one died this last year and I had her the whole time…so she was old…hugs lynn

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