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 Post subject: Angry Silver
PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2005 1:26 pm 
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G'day All

I have a silver cock bird that definitely doesn't like me very much. I do not retaliate against him, as I know this can make silvers worse.

I was wondering how people out there manage aggressive males?

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I have dealt with agro male pheasants etc by keeping them restricted for a certain time period. Once I used a net and wrapped him up and another bird I hed in my arms for several minutes, it seemed to cement my place as boss because they HATE being held in one place.


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Hi Everyone, Yep mrpeabody's right that can work and helps show them who's boss. what ever you do NEVER retaliate this will only make is worse. Some Pheasants can never be tamed or "Broken" and you either have to live with it or put it down?


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