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A rooster, also known as a cockerel or cock, is a male gallinaceous bird, with cockerel being younger and rooster being an adult male chicken. Wikipedia
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Tips on Rooster Care; Keep Your Stud in Top Form - Backyard Poultry Rooster care is something many of us don't think about often, but there are a few things we can do to keep our roosters in good shape. Even the best rooster breed may need a hand once in awhile, so let's talk about some of the issues roosters encounter.
How to Tame Aggressive Rooster Behavior - Backyard Poultry If you have a rooster, chances are you've been spurred or chased. Some breeds are more prone to aggressive rooster behavior than others. I've never had a problem with Chief, my Speckled Sussex rooster, or with Red, my Rhode Island Red rooster. Stopping aggressive rooster behavior is not impossible.
Are Roosters for You? | Community Chickens From protecting to continuing tradition, Bruce Ingram walks us through excellent reasons to keep a rooster as part of your flock. Roosters absolutely fascinate me. Yes, I know hens and their eggs and/or meat are the reasons many folks raise chickens. But roosters add passion, personality, and, well, paternity, to any flock.
The Pros and Cons of Keeping a Rooster | Community Chickens Roosters are loud, beautiful, mean, good guardians... in other words, contradictory critters. Michele Cook walks us through some of their pros and cons. Chicken keepers everywhere wrestle with the question "Should I keep a rooster?" Many times, balancing the pros and cons of keeping a rooster come up simply because a rooster snuck into a ...
Rooster Comb Care - Backyard Poultry Add to Favorites By Ron McKibben The comb, believe it or not, has more function than form when it comes to chickens. It's more than a fancy top hat or proof of superiority. It's actually a tool chickens use to cool off because they cannot sweat.