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2009-05-29 22:15:26
2009-05-29 22:15:26

It is not recommended that they are kept together. Rooster can grow some pretty fierce spurs on their legs that can be leathal in a schuffle. Roosters can be very territorial, especially if there are hens around. They are not trained fighting roosters you can keep em together, a little bickering will happen, just like a bunch of dogs u can have more then one male. they should not fight sence theygrew up together

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