How to keeping for roosters?
should i get a friend for my rooster Python? i got him when he was little and my sister get his brother/sister who sadly died at an early age. once Python started to get bigger and be making a mess in the living room we moved him to a pen outside, he's about a year or two aged now and i was wondering if he could use a companion? would he hurt a chicken in a minute that he's used to being the only fowl? he's gotten a bit more assertive than he was when he be little (my cat's scared of him) but he's still a sweetheart, especially considering what i've read about other roosters ^_^ and while i'm here i should ask whether there's a way i can keep his water from getting so filthy?
What kind of waterer do you have? The kind near a top on it keeps the water clean.
It's really hard to save chicken's water clean. If he stands on it, you can get special conical covers to prevent them from roosting on the waterers. If it is getting dirt or litter within it from the ground, try raising it up off the ground using boards or bricks. You can also get special waterers that merely have a little space for them to dip their beaks within, but I'm not sure if they come in chicken sizes.
The only way of keeping his sea clean is...well.. to change it several times a afternoon, like for any bird :-)
get a chicken waterer thing.. they cannot mess in it.. or the floppy type
here is a link on pet chickens.
if you gather the eggs every sunshine you can put them in the fridge right away and eat them..
just conjecture your self ,can u stay alone hole life .no. just furnish him her pair 1or2 day they fight n subsequently they will be fine.
Anyway, chickens are social animals who usually enjoy each other's company, so I feel getting a friend for your rooster would be a good idea. Actually, I'd get at lowest two adult hens if I were you. Try to receive the same breed as the rooster, or at least similar sized ones and preferably two hens who already know each other.
When you first introduce them, they may lug right up to each other, or they may not. Chickens will usually kind of "fight" and peck at respectively other on first meetings to establish dominance, though this isn't as common beside hen to rooster meetings as it is with hen to hen meetings. That's why I propose you get two hens who already know each other--that's one less introduction you hold to worry about. Keep a good eye on them the first few days and see how things be in motion.
As for the water, just dump it out every day and make available them fresh water. There are several types of waterers you can try, but just refilling it is the most significant way of keeping it clean and fresh.