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PostPosted: Sun Oct 11, 2015 10:48 am 
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Proud Rooster
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It's official. One of my Xbred australorps crows, :shoc :shoc caught her this morning up on the half built new pen crowing :shoc :shoc ....and I thought it was just the Andalusian bantam cock bird trying to out do the large. This is the first time I have ever had this...... :read


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:rofl: Aren't chooks fascinating?

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I've got an occasional crower.... She only does it sometimes, for a few days in a row. Still, it's annoying...

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Not too unusual. I once had 3 OEG bantam pullets out of a group of 5 crow before they were a year old, even with chickens. Thankfully, they didn't take it any further than that (ie not laying, mounting other hens).

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