Most hens have small, or almost nonexistent spurs. Only occasionally will a hen grow long spurs. There are some breeds that may be more likely to grow long spurs, such as Lakenvelders. Male Lakenvelders grow very long spurs quickly, so the chances of a hen growing long spurs as well may be increased.
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Bantam rooster spurs are probably the longest. The average measurement is about 3 inches
Spurs are long, talon-like bones which protrude from the insides of a chickens shanks. They are lower on the shank, near the foot.Although rare, some hens can also grow spurs.
At least 6 weeks
spurs are hard knobs on the rooster's legs, near the feet. They are often pointed and can be quite long.
he has been with Colleen for 7 years..
You can trim the roosters spurs however long they are, but I would certainly wait until they get longer so it would make it more worth your time.