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Re: Re: Re: Re: Aggressive Rooster

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Posted by Well .... on January 07, 2005 at 17:18:57 from (

In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Aggressive Rooster posted by mark on January 07, 2005 at 17:11:40:

I could have gotten into much more detail like>>>>

The testes are located next to the rooster's spine. While you have to open the intestinal sack to move the guts out of the way to see the testes, you are not yet going to have any problems. Even if you stop now the rooster recovers in about 4 days from the one inch cut next to his thigh.

If you keep going, you move the innards out of the way and get the forceps to pull the testes out. Make sure you grab them good.

Randy, how you doing? Wake up Randy. Randy. Randy. Good, you are still with us.

Yank the sucker out (one at a time of course). One cut should allow you to reach both testes. If not, the rooster will be doubly mad.

If you hit the spine and paralize the rooster ... time for Chicken N Dumplins. Sorry but it can happen. If you have lots of birds or don't have a "pet" attachment, try it yourself. Otherwise, call a local farm vet.

Or squirt them like Hawk does.

- Peanut

PS - Randy, you OK?

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