5 Out of 5 Stars (Based on 5 reviews)
Twiggy was found wandering on a main road picked up and brought to me for some well needed TLC.
Named Twiggy due to those very long legs, but grand kids affectionectly named meep meep Road Runner.
She has settled in well with my three other hens mixed breeds only had her six weeks nobody has come to claim her and she is such a cuddle magnet.
But last week she got very broodie and has taken over the lay box, she has not been with the roo but she has been sitting at the other side of the mesh with Jock at the other side he is a big lad more of a pet shares his coup with Tam his brother both the Roos follow me around in evening when all the single ladies are in bed.
All my birds including two saved from the pot Peking bantiums, the big boys also saved from kneck stretching.
Amazing at the peacefulness between them all.
How long will twiggy sit for I have no fertilised eggs sometimes I get partridge eggs from gamekeeper which girls love and look after them as their own babies.
Thanks for listening. Lorraine
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I found these birds very aggresive and should never be kept with other poultry, which includes geese and turkeys. They will fight anything so are not a breed for the beginer. but they are very hardy and look after themselves amazingly well.
They are amazing birds to own and are a delight to watch running around the field. If i could some them, up they are like thoroughbreds.
I keep 3 pairs of these large game type fowl and they are the least demanding of all my birds. They like to follow you around the garden to see what you are up to, also look very funny when running, they do come in bantam.
I think these velociraptors are lovely, but aren't to everyone's taste.... more fool them! They are gorgeously pre-historic and amazing to look at.
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