BFFN – Best Friends for Now

BFN-0Back in March, these roosters had just hatched. Back then, they were little fluff balls, snuggled together under their mother. Now they are more than three months old and well on their way to becoming mature roosters.

As they become teenagers and young adults, roosters like to hang out together. Get too many of them in a group, and they can turn into roving teenage gang bangers. In groups of two to three, they mind their manners and are best friends for now. Single young roosters who don’t have any rooster siblings, may pal around with an adult rooster for company.


Eventually, as they get closer to being a year old, they start to assert themselves and their bffns turn into rivals.

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