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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...
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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