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    Roosters are cute :)

    I really want to own one to cuddle, especially the small ones. I think they are cute just like dogs are cute to a lot of people. I like how they are fat and plump and always running around in a garden. When I tickle one by goocheying under his wings, he goes, Ba-GAWK!!! " and starts pecking at my legs and chasing me in circles.

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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    I've got a couple of backyard hens, who live in an enclosure I've built for them (which contains a coop). They're fabulous animals - you throw some kitchen scraps at them a few times a day - and they give you fresh eggs in return! I wouldn't have a rooster, though.

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    What up with a rooster, T? lol
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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    Rooster can be kinda noisy, especially at sunrise!

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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    That's when I like tickling them the best.

    Then again, my neighbors and their angry faces might come out of their houses and brandish a ruler at me.
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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    I love cocks ... or roosters, if you prefer.

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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Level27 View Post
    Thoughts?
    Well, 'nuts,' springs to mind!

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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Level27 View Post
    I really want to own one to cuddle, especially the small ones. I think they are cute just like dogs are cute to a lot of people. I like how they are fat and plump and always running around in a garden. When I tickle one by goocheying under his wings, he goes, Ba-GAWK!!! " and starts pecking at my legs and chasing me in circles.

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    Level27, I feel EXACTLY the same way as you do about them!

    I like hens slightly better. Wish I had some tame ones to pet every now and then.

    I haven't had hens or roosters for years, but back when we had Rocky, he was the nicest, tamest rooster you could find, and he'd walk into our kitchen, and you could pick him up and stroke him.

    That changed, however, once we got him his three hens (Annie, Betty, and Mavis) and after that, he would just start attacking you if you went anywhere near him. I ended up a few times having to chase him away with a floor-sweeper brush.

    Then he'd always be crowing incessantly during the day, and I guess our neighbours must have been as fed up with him at that stage as I was getting. We eventually gave him and his hens away to a another owner who had a small farm nearby.

    I think we should start a 'Feathered Friends Fan Club', you and I!

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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    My dad tried farming when I was 8 years old we had about 50 chickens and a rooster, we also had a small bantum rooster and hen that were fun because we could catch them and pet them as you said. My best friend bought some chineese button quail and I gradually took over their care, they are like chick sized chickens the cock quail even crows at sunrise and sunset and I got a lot of laughs with the birds behavior with his hens.
    Currently I have a Cockatiel and a budgie. Cockatiels are the best bird I've ever owned, they're friendly, you can pet them and they genuinely respond to you.

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    When I was really young we had many hens, and a rooster. They were all roaming around my backyard so I decided to approach one of the hens to feed it. I put my hand out with chicken feed in it, but before the hen even began to eat from my hand, the rooster sprinted across the yard and attacked me
    I was horrified and it scarred me for life. I'm always suspicious and give roosters the occasional sideways glance when I'm around them. You never know when they're going to strike!

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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    My buddy raises chickens. I like visiting them, but it's never occurred to me to goochey them under their wings. I enjoy learning the family histories, too, as she usually has a rooster and occasionally chicks.

    Her animals might soon include rabbits or ducks, too. I hope so.

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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    Quote Originally Posted by ChickenGuy View Post


    Level27, I feel EXACTLY the same way as you do about them!

    I like hens slightly better. Wish I had some tame ones to pet every now and then.

    I haven't had hens or roosters for years, but back when we had Rocky, he was the nicest, tamest rooster you could find, and he'd walk into our kitchen, and you could pick him up and stroke him.

    That changed, however, once we got him his three hens (Annie, Betty, and Mavis) and after that, he would just start attacking you if you went anywhere near him. I ended up a few times having to chase him away with a floor-sweeper brush.

    Then he'd always be crowing incessantly during the day, and I guess our neighbours must have been as fed up with him at that stage as I was getting. We eventually gave him and his hens away to a another owner who had a small farm nearby. I know how receiving a friend's betrayal feels. I'm sorry it was your own chicken

    I think we should start a 'Feathered Friends Fan Club', you and I!
    Sounds like a plan. We should totally.


    Quote Originally Posted by van-ee View Post
    Why not tickle ChickenGuy and let him chase you around and peck at you?
    It will be a daily activity in our fan club. Tops tickle bottom. hehe















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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    nah, i like a nice goat...they're cute
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    @ Jimmy -

    ...

    ...

    eh? *blinks*

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    lolzzzzz WTH?
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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    If you get roosters, send me some square rooster eggs, I been looking for those, but can't find them around here...

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    Re: Roosters are cute :)

    Kept chickens while growing up and they are actually quite interesting. I'd say they're definitely more intelligent than people give them credit for.

    Roosters are always hard to manage because they are territorial. When the hens raise chicks you have to find someone willing to take the young roosters as they mature. Either that or give away your older rooster and the younger ones take over the territory. But they're pretty important in chicken society. They are usually the first to alert the hens about any danger or any food. They even take out the time to sometimes prepare a nice nesting place for the hens to lay their eggs in.

    The chicken flock mentality is usually a lone rooster or a coalition of a few roosters and their hens. However if any of the roosters is separated from the flock for a period of time (2 days - 1 week) he is usually never welcome back by the others. Odd but intriguing.

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