One looks closer than the other. Pullets tend to get more vocal as they mature, and even more vocal around the point of lay.
Thanks!SORry thought imgur had the audio!
Sure sounds like a bunch of 'ready' pullets!
Ttho could be an alarm call too, they sound' very similar.
Can't see their combs tho.......
Here's some tips on how to tell.....
my grandmother said the same thing - to look around if you see anything. we have a 130 sq ft run and a 100sq ft "open" 3 walled coop attached to the run. i assumed it was hidden by the cinder blocks where the nesting boxes lay but so far nothing. I also looked behind our walled yard where special things grow and nothing yet.My girls were laying at 24 ish weeks. I think I would look around your run for hidden eggs. My sure fire tell on whether or not they are ready to lay is the "squat"...when that happens it won't be long before eggs. The next sign is a "moist" vent. The sounds I hear are exactly what my GURLS make when the want treats or want to be let out to free range, or possibly a predator...not necessarily a hawk, rat, mouse, cat, dog, snake or they are tattleing on one of the others LOL