My 15 week old Barred Rock pullet is crowing! Arg. It's a pitiful sneezing sound*, and definitely not a rooster crow. But it's obnoxious, so I worry about upsetting the delicate neighbors. She's suddenly come out on top bird amongst the adolescent crowd, her face has gone bright red, and she runs around with her eyes wide and mouth agape like she's sthuper serial you guys. How to make it stop? Right now I'm chasing her around the yard every time she crows like I would for an "assertive" rooster. I've read posts from people saying it will stop on its own. Or to add a rooster? I have 2 (accidental) cockerels in there with her and still she insists. One even crows in the morning. She's an inch from making it onto Craigslist, but will she continue to crow if she's introduced to a new flock? I figure she'll be knocked down at least a few rungs in a new flock, and the hormones will subside? ETA: And here I thought I had a sex-linked chick who I wouldn't have to worry about crowing! *It's like a French horn sneezing.