Look at Our Cock, And There's Andrew Too

Following on from our own cockerel problems and they're naturally aggressive behaviour, we have been working with Bertie the Cockerel to show him who is top dog...or in his case, cock. Bertie is turning into a large bird and that means Carol often finds him hard to handle or catch. She does however have a mean line in telling him off, 'No, don't do that, bad bird, bad bird'. Andrew just show him the roasting dish and says, 'Just try it'. The plus side is all this psychological warfare seems to be having an effect on the cockerel.

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However, neither one of us will handle poultry without gloves, this has nothing to do with avian flu and the prevention zone which has been extended until the end of April. It has more to do with the fact that chickens do peck and if they were six feet tall there'd be limbs everywhere, barring that the pecks just bloody hurt.

cockerels, aggressive cocks, life on pig row

So, here's Andrew stroking our cock and the cockerel looking at the camera in that late Friday night, Saturday morning glare that results in a fist fight behind the dance club because you stared at his beer the wrong way.

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