Mr. Dirk Stevens is a responsible rooster and the official leader of Farmer Johnston’s Coop. He is organized, thoughtful and comb over wattles in love with the beautiful Sandra Thompson. She fully believes that Mr. Stevens spells success for all chicken-kind.
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One day, however, the peaceful sanctuary of the farm is turned upside down as trouble arrives. Trouble in the form of Rick the rooster, an import from Farmer Beaton’s barnyard, who throws the coop’s entire equilibrium of life into a tizzy!
Rick is the toughest rooster the farm has ever encountered, and all the chickens take instant notice. The hens want to date him, and the roosters want to be him, but Mr. Stevens isn’t as easily fooled and isn’t taken in by Rick’s unique ‘bad-boy’ charm. He smells trouble.
As Rick introduces the chicken coop to cigarettes and Cockle-Doodle-Doo-Tube, the serenity of Mr. Stevens’ barnyard turns to chaos. With Face-Beak erupting in mean-spirited gossip, and the hen drama level reaching an all time high, Mr. Stevens’ leadership is put to the ultimate test.
Will Mr. Stevens be able to stop Rick’s rise to domination, or will the escalating henhouse high jinx prove to be more than the coop’s new leader can handle?