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Re: [The-Raleigh-Durham-Backyard-Poultry-Mee­tup-Group] 2 silkie roosters

From: Barbara d.
Sent on: Saturday, April 14, 2012 8:09 AM
i want to start with chickens but it appears I have a mom possum with many 
babies in my shed.  can't get rid of them/or i don't know how to do it.  do 
possums bother or eat chickens?
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From: "Tamara Christian" <[address removed]>
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Sent: Monday, April 09,[masked]:05 PM
Subject: [The-Raleigh-Durham-­Backyard-Poultry-Mee­tup-Group] 2 silkie 
roosters


>I have 2 silkie roosters that I got last spring at a day old.  They were 
>raised together but are now fighting each other.  After 1 or 2 bloody 
>battles, I have separated them from the flock and each other.  They do well 
>with the hens and don't go after human.  They don't come up to me but, if I 
>pick them up they are very docile.  I have attached photos.  Anyone 
>interested in 1 of them or know someone who may be.  I really can't do 
>anything else but, keep them separated and that makes them crow more, which 
>the neighbors love, I am sure.
>
> Any suggestions or leads would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Tamara
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