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Something doesn't look right in the way it walks; maybe it's because of its size, I don't know. "If that is real", that is one huge rooster; and considering a couple of the mean and aggressive roosters that I have had in the past, I would be scared of that one.
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That is a big boy!

I'd love to have a big, mean rooster that isn't afraid of anything. Good for protecting the hens from varmints.

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What's the cooking weight on that thing? You'd spend all day just plucking.

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That is a big boy!

I'd love to have a big, mean rooster that isn't afraid of anything. Good for protecting the hens from varmints.

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We had a big Ameraucana rooster that was pretty mean, you didn't turn your back on him and always carried a big stick when he was around. He died trying to fend of at least three raccoons one night after they broke into the hen house. They got him and one hen, but we found one young adult coon dead with a hole in the top of his/her skull.
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Something doesn't look right in the way it walks; maybe it's because of its size, I don't know. "If that is real", that is one huge rooster; and considering a couple of the mean and aggressive roosters that I have had in the past, I would be scared of that one.
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Yep, they are real, I've been reading and searching for more info. All I can find is on youtube. These big boys are overseas from what I understand and the roosters can weigh anywhere from 18 to 20 lbs.
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That guy is huge, my wife showed me that vid that she found from another site.
The first flock I ever raised were Brahma hens, big, beautiful birds. They were spoiled, and died of old age.
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