Does "trilling" mean (the dreaded)"Roo"?

lauriruth

Songster
11 Years
Jul 10, 2009
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I bought four day-old sexed pullet chicks from MPC. they are now 6 wks old. since the first week, someone in the brooder was "trilling". couldn't catch them in action, so don't know which chick was doing it. now, in the big Catawba Coop, every night when they march upstairs there is much peeping and one, lone, trill (baby monitor). does this mean i have a roo in the flock? they free-range every evening when i get home from work and i don't hear it then. tell me trilling is a sign of contentment....please....?
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sred98

Songster
12 Years
Jan 18, 2008
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Oklahoma
Nice choices!
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I bought an adult BSL, and she is so beautiful! I've got a BO, too. My RIR is a hoot! Mrs. Personality!
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We just picked up a few chicks the other day at the feedstore, and one I got because I think it is a SLW.
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Beautiful birds! Great egg layers, too!
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Mine will trill when I am talking to them, sometimes when they are getting the nest box ready, or when it is bedtime. I love it! To me, it reminds me of a cat purring. Just a calm, contented sound.
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