- Oct 2011
Yes, I am aware of that, and yet I still suggested it would be preferable to being de-beaked and locked in a tiny cage.except of course that the bird in the wild may be pecked to death or die of disease, etc. Cocks fight in the wild too. In the wild, they spend about 90% of their day looking for food. In domestic flocks, they are bored and once blood is spotted, they will gang up on an injured member of the flock.