I did some research on this site as to why my rooster crows all night, and I have a question: he's about 6 months old and I've had him for a couple months. When I first got him, he rarely crowed, but he has recently discovered his manhood and now he won't shut up. Could it be hormones that will settle down after a while? We live in the middle of nowhere--no traffic, no lights, no noise, no other roosters to talk to. Even if there were a predator prowling around the coop, it wouldn't stay around all night long, every night. I honestly don't know how the flock hasn't died from lack of sleep with all the racket he makes. Once I was so sick of his noise that I locked him in the bathroom of our camping trailer. He might have still been crowing, but at least I couldn't hear him. So, do y'all think he'll settle down eventually?