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 Post subject: trio or more.
PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2016 5:38 pm 
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Hi. Just wondering weather anybody has successfully breed 3 hens to 1 male. Normally we have a trio.
Wondering weather we could put 3 hens to a male this year?


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I think its more than possible I see in a few topics here people have 10 or 20 females to 2 or 3 males


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billygrant wrote:
Hi. Just wondering weather anybody has successfully breed 3 hens to 1 male. Normally we have a trio.
Wondering weather we could put 3 hens to a male this year?

Yes I even have 5 peahens to 1 peacock and all the hens eggs are fertile

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Wow, do you get many lesbian peafowl?
I was reading a lady has 2 that are she reckons, she says that 'Sue" and "Cath" and always together almost like the same bird and preening around the 'lady parts'


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jose wrote:
Wow, do you get many lesbian peafowl?
I was reading a lady has 2 that are she reckons, she says that 'Sue" and "Cath" and always together almost like the same bird and preening around the 'lady parts'

I had a cat named Cathy and she was a lezo and my friend had 2 ugly budgies named Cathy and Liz and they were raging lezo's too must be the name?


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Trios are perfect in any fowls

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ColacWaterfowl wrote:
Trios are perfect in any fowls

can some female chooks fight?


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TASHA wrote:
ColacWaterfowl wrote:
Trios are perfect in any fowls

can some female chooks fight?

Yes the lesbian ones are good fighters


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jose wrote:
TASHA wrote:
ColacWaterfowl wrote:
Trios are perfect in any fowls

can some female chooks fight?

Yes the lesbian ones are good fighters

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