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Originally posted by davespanners
How cold is it at the moment where you are? Maybe they just want in out of the cold!
Heres some good links that might provide you with answers. It seems to say that they are just fine living with chickens but it does say that they are prone to the cold and can get frost bitten feet
Originally posted by Rodinus
The best bet is to build a pen apart, but it will need to be quite large in order that both birds can strut around and do their thing but at the same time retreat from each other whenever they start to get a little too agressive with each other (even better is to split the pen in half with a wire fence that cannot be flown over.
Best also to keep them away from common fowl as this can lead to problems with parasites (especially pinworm)
There is also this link which might be able to help you : www.wikihow.com...
Rodinusedit on 10-2-2013 by Rodinus because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Pegasus2000
Two males can be a disaster, this is true.
Originally posted by Starwise
I forgot to add that one of my chickens is bleeding all over and I do not know how she was injured