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Discussion in 'What Breed/Gender is This?' started by B_Chickle01, Nov 26, 2020.
I've had aggressive, bully girls but never one quite that bad.
Lots of unexpected surprises, I understand that it was a difficult year for quality control.
Good idea! No I don’t he’s mixed with something that no one can seem to figure out what he’s def golden laced sebright just mixed with another breed of some sort! I posted on here a while ago trying to see if anyone knew what he was mixed with.
Let me warn you, it may not work. A friend of mine gave that technique a try. It was a dismal failure.
Have you tried this yet, and if so, how’s it going? Just curious!
I've never had success with aggressive behavior. Since you don't want him in anyone's stew pot. I would think on the farm, in a pen, and no children that could be hurt.
With my aggressive tom turkey, the very first time he came at me I went at him-with the softest broom we had. I chased and whopped him for hours, until he was so afraid of me he ran and hid as soon as he saw me. For a week he ran and hid when I was around. Then one day he (RPy) came up to me closer and closer until I reached out and scratched his head. Ever after he and Tommy follow me everywhere outside. However, RPy is still a holy terror to everyone else.
Perhaps this would work on your rooster-on a farm that does not have visitors.
Exactly Dan, because you are perceived as alpha bird.
When does Dan get his wings?
As Alpha Bird Dan makes the rules!