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    08-18-2010, 07:40 PM
  #21
Foal
Call me Drama Mama -.-
^continued drama here -.-

Also Chickens are scary O.O I don't mess with those things.
     
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    08-18-2010, 09:35 PM
  #22
Weanling
Awww - my grandson was visiting and after seeing horses, goats, bunnies, etc, we went over to the chicken coop. Of all things for him to get injured by, it was the nasty attack chickens. Took a chunk out of his lil finger and left a blood blister, to boot!
     
    08-18-2010, 11:48 PM
  #23
Green Broke
Hey!! No knocking my chickens, they rock. Especially my porch chicken. She has to be carried to the coop every night because she believes if she can't actually roost IN the house, she should get as close as possible. I'm trying to get Tracie to name her new chicken BHD (bad hair day)

Amarea - I started booting them every time they got close to my feet. I like sandals too much to quit wearing them. For the most part they are much more respectful now. Red toe polish, though, still sends them into throes of ecstasy and they can't help themselves.
     
    08-19-2010, 09:45 AM
  #24
Banned
Oh no, are we going to have the photo of the king sized killer mutant chicken posted again? Scary stuff.
     
    08-19-2010, 11:05 AM
  #25
Weanling
Ahahahaaaa - I <3 our chickens, they remind me of little dinorsaurs! So fun to watch!
     
    08-19-2010, 11:10 AM
  #26
Showing
For those of you afraid to wear open toed sandals around the fluffy little velociraptors, I suggest a tennis racket.

I haven't done this personally, but I know someone who swears by using one.

You can smack the offending fowl a pretty good long way, depending on how good your swing and connect are!

Apparently, roosters are wary of tennis racket wielding humans once they've been batted like a tennis ball.
     
    08-19-2010, 11:59 AM
  #27
Green Broke
OMG, if that wasn't so horrible it sounds like tremendous fun lol

I wonder if that's how racketball got started?

I've always wondered why they call the ball a "birdie"
     
    08-19-2010, 12:18 PM
  #28
Weanling
^^^ You all just gave me a great laugh!! Thanks!
     
    08-19-2010, 12:24 PM
  #29
Showing
Indy, this woman swears it doesn't hurt the vile little brutes, and she never uses it on her chickens, just the attack rooster.

Of course, she stewed the really vicious one, so the one left is the more docile.

When I get chickens, if the roo decides he wants to attack me, he'll be in the freezer as soon I can catch him!

I'll keep getting (and eating) roos until I find one who realizes that I am not someone that he should be trying to intimidate.

He'll be there to breed and protect the hens, nothing more. Little bugger will need to watch his step around me if he doesn't want to become fricassee!
     
    08-19-2010, 12:26 PM
  #30
Banned
Maybe when the new roo arrives you should pull the now frozen roo from the freezer and show it to the new roo.
     



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