Before I got the chicks I talked with my neighbors to make sure everyone was OK with it (and a bribe of free eggs doesn't hurt my cause either!). My neighbor to the East was so excited, saying that she loved to hear "chee-chee-chee". She's 93 and from Ukraine, so I interpreted that to mean the cheeping and clucking of hens. I made sure that she and the other neighbors knew that a rooster was NOT part of my plan. Today, I found out that "chee-chee-chee" translates to "cock-a-doodle-doo!". She wanted a rooster so she could hear him crow and was sad that I only (hopefully for me and the rest of the neighbors) got hens. I guess she interpreted "no roosters" as "yes, rooster". I have to hope that the egg song satisfies her desire to hear "chee-chee-chee". I was a little worried about the noise that the girls will make, especially as the coop is the closest to her property. Now, no problems!