Why Do Chickens Peck Each Other?

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Chickens peck each other for a number of reasons which include: when its too hot, too crowded or if there is not enough fresh air. It can also be as a result of a shortage of feeder or waterer space or when they want to find the head of the flock.
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This may seem completly weird but it uaslly means they do not have enough space to roost! hope this helps:
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Chickens will peck another chicken to death if they see blood on it.
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1. Avoid overcrowding your chickens. Overcrowding increases the chances of chickens pecking each other. Provide a large enough space for the chickens in their cages, and in the feeding
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Dylans answer = rubbish. I have hens that used to peck each other they had ample food and fresh veg daily. It is to do with the pecking order of the group, but when they become bald
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