Non crow collar. Does it work.

RNDanaGay

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I purchased 6 hens in April of this year. One turned out to be a rooster. Has anyone had any luck with the rooster non crow collar. I hate to have to give him up. My neighbor offered to kill him for me today. He’s crowed 4 times now. He’s a 4 month light Brahma.
 

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vall

DIY
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Oct 5, 2020
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My neighbor's rooster has one. He still crows but it is much quieter - we are inside city limits.
 

ernie85017

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Please don't use those. They are cruel. They push the feathers in very uncomfortable positions that poke them constantly. They can be surgically de-crowed. I had two done. They still "crow" but it is more like a whisper.
 

lesliedow

Songster
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Aug 13, 2012
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Rock Island County, Illinois
I have roosters with crow collars who are doing just fine. Their crows are softer than the hens' clucking and much softer than egg song!. I know there are a lot of people on this site who will insist this is inhumane. I disagree. My roos are happy, they eat well (very well), they mount the hens and run around and do all things they did before the collars, except one: they do not crow loudly.

Try it. You might find it solves your problem. It did mine.
 

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