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May 2012 Vol. 2

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May2012
Vol. 2

Michelle : Hi Gina, Love the newsletter! This is a reply to Jennifer about her Roosters. You really need to have at least 20 hens per rooster to keep them from trying to kill each other. We have 93 adult hens and 3 roosters. They chase each other, but that's as far as it goes. You can always tell that the old rooster is grumpy when you find the young roosters on the wrong side of the fence. All three are really good at their jobs and take protecting the flock seriously without being at all aggressive with humans. I do need to find homes for the 2 younger ones. They were both born May 1st last year. One is a Buff Orpington and the other is a Black Star (black sex link), both just beautiful. If anyone in Western Wisconsin/Minnesota needs a good rooster they are free to a good home. I've included pictures of the gorgeous boys and a couple of the girls. Thanks, Michelle


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Keeping Chickens Newsletter - Published May 2012 by www.Self-Sufficient-Life.com