It's my first time raising chickens and I have 4 bantams. I started with 6, but 2 were roosters so I found them a new home. I live in a small community and the houses are close. These bantams are a smaller breed so I thought they would be quieter and easier to deal with per my surroundings. They are just about 4 and 1/2 months old and now, out of nowhere, they're getting incredibly loud. Around 6 a.m. I am awoken by loud squawking. It's incessant and if I can hear it, there's no doubt my neighbors can hear it. They have plenty of food and water, so I'm not sure if this is normal or if I'm missing something. They seem healthy and happy. Is this typical? Or perhaps are they roosters and I'm just now realizing it. It was apparent that I had 2 roosters at about 2 months of age, as they began crowing and they had a different build. I really don't think the remaining 4 are roosters. Please help, if this is typical then I may have to give up raising these hens (which I really don't want to do).