Scared cockerel

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Pretty Chick

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Scared cockerel
« on: June 16, 2010, 19:04 »
Yokey, our orpington buff cockerel is incredibly scared of us and runs away when we go near him  :blink:.
It's strange to see him like it because he is so big and proud :lol:.

Have you got a cockerel which is very scared of humans? Or does he boss you around a bit? :lol:
All lives are precious.

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wildwitchy

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Re: Scared cockerel
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2010, 20:00 »
i must going blind- i read that as SACRED cockerel. I thought blimey "whats a sacred cockerel"- has it been blessed by the pope or something?

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Re: Scared cockerel
« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2010, 20:10 »
We have bertie our large fowl wyandotte he is massive ! he runs off as soon as you enter the run ,but when your back is turned he rushes at you  :(if you catch him in the act and turn round he quickly runs off :D

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Re: Scared cockerel
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2010, 20:17 »
The partridge silkie cock I got off Hayley is scared of our Black Rocks (they all are!) and comes running to stand with me when I enter the run. Not quite what you asked, but tickles me.

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Re: Scared cockerel
« Reply #4 on: June 16, 2010, 23:01 »
Rocky, my first rescue cockerel is scared of us, but Flash my Exchequer Leghorn cockerel flies at me and caught my hand last week when I tried to move the feeder.  Then Bertie the RIR doesn't like my Brian, Neither does Jeeves the Light Sussex.  But I've been working on Bertie, and now I can hand feed him and he lets me stroke him without him pecking me!  Jeeves tries to have a go, but I wag my finger at him and say 'Don't even think about it!' and he turns and walks away! lol

Oh and Klaus the Silkie is brave until I go in his run, and Beefy my new Indian Game cockerel is a bit scared of me too!   :D :D

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wildwitchy

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Re: Scared cockerel
« Reply #5 on: June 16, 2010, 23:18 »
Adolf my indian brahma boy is lovely-lets me pick him up, feed him etc. I had to rescue him today in the coop as he'd got his foot trapped in the roosting bars. God knows how but i think he was grateful as he sat on my lap for a while to recover!

 I've got a little blue orpington boy chick/grower & he laps up the attention, a very affectionate little chap.

Brahmas have got to be the best cockerels ive ever had so far.

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Re: Scared cockerel
« Reply #6 on: June 16, 2010, 23:53 »
My white orpington cockerel is a real wuss.



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