Helen of Troy is a Boy…
She needs a new name. There is no more confusion. There is no question.
Funny reading this after just reading your introduction of your girls. That would be why she tried to decoy the dogs away from the girls. She was protecting them as all good roosters should.
And I thought that was a bit odd when I read that she was mounting the girls and I was pretty sure that was a rooster in the making. Funny though how the person you got them from said that she wasn’t :-)
I know. They insisted several more times. I guess they were worried that I would want an exchange (never!) But these are folks that don’t even name their chickens and pretty much just breed them for sales and meat. You know, REAL farmers!!
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