After more than a couple rehomings and the recent death of one rooster, I finally have an ideal couple of roosters. Krusty is a standard Ameraucana. He is very protective and courtly toward his hens. Most importantly, he shows no aggression to DD & I. Oh, and he is really handsome! The only roo handsomer than Krusty is our other roo, Mr. Angel, a fluffy white silkie. The two boys have divied up their turf and the hens. Krusty has no interest in our silkie hens; Mr. Angel is too teeny to attend to our standards. The two groups lead parallel lives. Perfect! NO NOT QUITE! Not quiet!!! In the past couple weeks, one of the roosters has started crowing all night long. I think it is the Silkie. The crowing starts at about 3 a.m. My coop is a bunker...literally. It is a cinderblock building. The building cannot control the din. Hubby is gonna crack, soon! Can't blame him. Does anyone have any ideas of why a roo would crow all night? Would playing a radio help? Should I lock the roos in pet carriers at night?