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New Rooster - Happy Ladies

Posted by lilosophie none (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 6, 13 at 19:48

Joann had left word out at the feed-store that we are looking for a rooster and a customer came today with an available rooster.
Most of their chickens were killed by a predator and they don't want any poultry for a while.
A handsome bird, and according to the man, a gentle bird.
He sure is a handsome fellow, went to the gathered chickens and "talked" at them, we think he gave his resume. I threw some lettuce out for them and he was polite, think this will work out just right.


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RE: New Rooster - Happy Ladies

Oh, he does look like a fine, handsome gentleman.


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Good looking bird.


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A fine, handsome gentleman he is. Good luck with him.


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Great loocking guy, the hens will be pleased.


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A handsome rascal indeed.


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Oh yes, he is handsome.
Cudos to you and Joann for solving the issue in a short time.


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He's cute...and seems gentle. I sure do hope the ladies are thrilled!


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Gorgeous speciMAN there.


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No wonder the ladies are pleased.


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  • Posted by mwheel East. WV-Z.6 (My Page) on
    Tue, Jul 9, 13 at 11:09

Lilo, if he gets named, please tell us. He's too handsome to be nameless.


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RE: New Rooster - Happy Ladies

mwheel, I was just going to post this - we named him yesterday, his name is Geronimo - called G-Mo for short, he seems to like it responds well


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