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Hello, just wondering if it is normal for a hen to breed with more than one male in the loft. I have noticed that a hen I have has been seen mating with 3 different males that have mates and young. Their are at least 2 males in the loft that she could breed with as her mate. Should i pick a mate for her and lock them down for a couple of days? Thanks
 

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LOL! I had an ex wife like that once...I would pick the toughest Cock you have and lock her up to pair her with him. if she tries it again, he will most likely not tolerate it. Leave them together for at least a week if you can. Dave
 

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LOL! I had an ex wife like that once...
Well ex-wife really don't know what they want once the mate is gone eh...:D

Hello, just wondering if it is normal for a hen to breed with more than one male in the loft. I have noticed that a hen I have has been seen mating with 3 different males that have mates and young. Their are at least 2 males in the loft that she could breed with as her mate. Should i pick a mate for her and lock them down for a couple of days? Thanks
The hen is looking for a permanent mate and you shud choose if she don't want to choose...Once she pair-up with a male the mating with another male will stop...

That's adultery LOL...:D
 
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