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How to Trim Roosters' Spurs

by Cody Sorensen
When a rooster's spurs get too long, they can impede his ability to walk properly. A rooster kept for breeding should have his spurs trimmed regularly to minimize the amount of bodily injury his spurs can inflict on the hens in the flock. Spurs on a chicken are like fingernails on a human, and they ...

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