I know they eat all sorts of bugs, but can you eat the eggs? I mean other than hobby and pest control what can you do with them?
Yes, the eggs are good and the meat has a "wild game taste" ... My neighbors were not happy with me or them over the garden. (I have 40 acres) They do roost and if free range that would be in the tallest tree in the area. Nest box ... nope ... Not even when I had them in the coop.Are the eggs good and do the birds taste good? Will my neighbors hate me if I get them, do they roost and do they need a nest box to lay? I know nothing lol
We have one male left over from our first bunch and he comes up to the house just before roost time usually and squawks something awful if I haven't left him some grain on the ground. He runs every where he goes, also. They are funny.If I go near the coop when they're inside they go running out, they are true free range. Every nite after dinner I sit at the entrance to our barn and sprinkle grain all around me. If I'm running late they are there squawking impatiently! They are too funny.