Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Wednesday Farm Photo #2: Cock-A-Doodle-Doo!


This is the one rooster we did keep - isn't he a beaut?

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  1. He is beautiful! I have only had one rooster in my small flock, and I named him Frasier after Frasier Crane on the TV show. The personality just seemed to fit.

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  2. Cock o the Walk? Ready Freddy? I'm not a great namer of things - some of my favorite animals are named for candy bars! Guess if he is doing his job he could be Payday. Anyhoo - beautiful bird indeed - I like a rooster with the capelet effect feathers - sort of a James Brown homage.

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  3. Our guy is named Zoltar, and was actually rescued from an animal shelter. By someone else. Who raised him in a house.

    After coming here, it took him a while to figure out he belonged with the chickens instead of us, and he still comes to the back (sliding glass) door and knocks.

    Not kidding.

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  4. He looks like a rooster I had as a kid that we named Ronald Reagan. That was one mean rooster, he terrorized my older sister. She wouldn't go near the chicken yard without a hoe or a big stick. Hopefully your rooster is better behaved & less likely to go into attack mode :)

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  5. I'm a Clemson fan. Our arch rivals are the SC "Gamecocks". So liking chickens and roosters is a hard thing to admit - but man...He's beautiful! Is this one of Whitey's?

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