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One Tie backyard poultry application

One Tie being used to secure a cock's feet.

Our neighbor needed to thin out her flock and we agreed to help.

My first time using a One Tie to secure a rooster's feet together might be a new trend for me.

It's easier than a piece of rope and seems to have zero chance of it coming loose.



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I know nothing about rooster/chickens but amazing how much the feet/claws look dinosaur-raptor feet.
Comment by Jim Wed Mar 21 09:58:22 2018
Is it reusable? It looks really sturdy. I’ve used zip ties for the last dozen or two dozen hens, and haven’t had to re-wrangle a single foot. But I like a reusable solution much better.
Comment by Jennifer Thu Mar 22 10:51:14 2018

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime