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post #11 of 14

Just posted about this in another thread. Check it out - the Velcro collar works!!!! (So far!)

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/906916/no-crow-rooster-collar/160#post_15749151

post #12 of 14

Were you ever able to get them to get along? I have 5 ducks that are 8 weeks old, 3 chicks who are 4 weeks, and new chicks hatching, and a friend just called and begged me to take 5 adult hens and a rooster, I am worried about them all getting along, the ducks and older hens/rooster and going to be introduced on friday, I am thinking of letting the ducks free range and putting the hens/rooster in the run so they can see each other before putting them in but not sure how this will go!

post #13 of 14

Thank you, I couldn't find the Velcro fabric, but sewed a 1.25" tube of flannel and applied the Velcro tape as you showed.  I will try it on our handsome fellow tomorrow, he is just now starting with the gargling crow.  I'm hoping this works.  Though I wouldn't mind the crowing, but he has to fly under the radar here.

post #14 of 14

Thank you. I've gotten very attached to my rooster, who I just now found out for sure is a rooster. Hard to keep kidding yourself when you're just a few feet away when he crows. Haven't got a lot of money but I do have a roll of Velcro. Thank you so much.

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