rainierlass

Songster
10 Years
Jan 1, 2010
313
5
119
Eatonville,WA
Okay.....so it is half a crow......one of my 18 week old BLRW roos has found his man voice!

Of course it set my dogs into a barking frenzy and I haven't been able to shut them up!

 

Bookworm chick

Songster
10 Years
May 27, 2009
227
0
109
Salem County, NJ
LOL. My BR bantam started crowing at about 8 weeks. It sounds more like one of the puppy's squeak toys than a crow. He's 13 weeks now and hasn't improved any.
 

elmo

Crowing
11 Years
May 23, 2009
4,900
222
306
DFW
One of my bantams started crowing at five weeks. Sounds like a rusty door hinge!
 

chicmom

Dances with Chickens
10 Years
Feb 24, 2009
8,696
274
316
Strasburg Ohio
My two Cream Brabanter roos just started crowing yesterday! I noticed they were actually practicing together--taking turns. So I chimed in with my fake crowing, and they would crow back! Too funny! Oh, but it's more like a croak than a crow right now....they definitely need more practice!
 

Why and Dotte

Songster
9 Years
Mar 8, 2010
240
0
109
Little Rock,Arkansas

I heard my boys crow the first time last week, the first was a little rusty but the next day it was a nice big one. 8 wks old but I never would have known if they started earlier because they only crow at 5 am
I love hearing them
 

Tomhusker

Songster
10 Years
May 28, 2010
598
47
191
Carson, Iowa
I am kind of looking forward to the first time my favorite roo crows. But I know I'll probably be wishing he would shut up soon after he gets the hang of it. When the other 3 start they will just be punching their ticket to freezer camp.... setting reservations anyway.
 

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