Some more young birds..

Discussion in 'Chick Raising Forum' started by cogburn, Sep 15, 2012.

  1. cogburn

    cogburn New Member

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    Seramas, 1- Cockerel & 2 pullets.. They are a pewter grey color with a golden tint on the cockerel.. Isolated the 3 to get more hands on with them, they were wild as hell a couple weeks ago, and daily handling and being able to trust me now, has really calmed them a bunch. They are almost eating from my hands now.. The other pics are 2 other cockerels that I'm trying to do the same with.. They may be a little harder to tame, they are both hard headed ! Lol
     

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  2. 7chicks

    7chicks New Member

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    Gosh they're gorgeous!!!!
     

  3. Energyvet

    Energyvet New Member

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    That 3rd Roo looks like he want to kill you. Hard headed alright.
     
  4. TinyHouse

    TinyHouse New Member

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    Must resist.... must resist.......

    You are a MEAN person cog - now I want Seramas. Which is why I asked about putting them in with standard breeds. If I got some, I'd have to build another place for them. *sigh*
     
  5. cogburn

    cogburn New Member

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    Sorry Tinyhouse... Lol.. They are gonna be my house chickens, so small I think it'd be cool to have a pair inside.. No alarm clock quite like a mini-rooster crowing inside the house each morning... Just a thought ! Just maybe... We will see.
     
  6. oakwood

    oakwood New Member

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    We keep our tiny true bantams with our large fowl .
    The tiny Cockerels are the boss`s .:)