Hi all....any suggestions for an aggressive rooster...my neighgbours have
one and they don't want to get rid of it....it has 2 hens under its
charge....is bringing in another rooster a good idea to take it's
aggressiveness away from the humans a good idea?....I know it's not
gardening but it's "husbandry"!! Many thanks for any replies forthcoming!!
Bringing another rooster into the yard is only going to irritate him, unless
you find a more aggressive one, in which case, you would have a larger
problem. I had an aggressive one once who decided to try me, I wore him out
with a stick, and he didnt try that again.
The rooster is doing what he was made to do.
obnoxious birds of all kinds use a tennis racket. Ingrid
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seriously they are fairly smart birds and will remember the tennis
racket and unless you plan to keep the racket with you the next time
he sees you without it he will try to run you off
maybe they arn't smart exactly but they seem to have a good memory
On Fri, 06 Feb 2004 19:38:38 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That might be good advice but last time i knew someone who hit a
rooster the little #%$%& got him when his back was turrned they
really have little fear and some times no matter how big you are or
what you do the crazy things wil attack any way I think they have been
inbred or somthing and they just go nuts sooner or later
Catch the satanic beast when they're out and have chicken dumplings
and when they ask if you've seen him just say nah is he missing ? and
He just kidding
well maybe not
On Fri, 06 Feb 2004 13:58:27 GMT, "Heather Gribble"
If you bring in another rooster, more likely than not you'll eventually end
up with one rooster and one coq au vin, but not until they cockle-doodle
you to death first.
This only applies to normal roosters and not metrosexual roosters.
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