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Response to DocMac (Reply #2)

Sun Jul 8, 2012, 03:49 AM

4. I agree. A few years back when I had hens, one of the neighbors had a rooster

 

in what were supposed to be all layers (hens), so she just let it out and never let it back in. Ultimately it was killed, which is really what she should have done rather than what she did. Anyway, roosters are the ones that tend to be "abandoned" when they are found out. Hatcheries can only tell so much as chicks and some that should be hens grow up to be roosters.

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