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PLEASE Mommy is trying to sleep!!! help!!!!

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by coltsrox, Jun 30, 2008.

  1. coltsrox

    coltsrox Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Howdy,

    PLEASE GIVE ME ANWSERES TO ALL QUESTIONS!!!
    I posted anohter topic asking if 90-110 degree whether is bad but NO ONE anwsered. So this morning my 2 babies are outside of my door and this morning as usual daybroke and he was crowing. but then he wouldn't stop like every 2 seconds for the next hour and half as i tried to rest up after some busy shcedule. so i finally got up to check on them and their fine... btu again i must ask is he complaining cause its hot? his crowing almost sounds like theirs two of them and i have 1 hen and 1 roo. and we just came from a cooler climate. is it too hot? If not si it his nature to crow every 2 seconds? he didn't do it in NC but now he does it in florida. whats going on and how can i help/stop him? i need rest!
     
  2. Bird Hearder

    Bird Hearder Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Normaly if they're panting it's too hot. and they need shade of some sort, or if possible put a fan on them.
    Be sure to provide plenty of water
     
  3. Cuban Longtails

    Cuban Longtails Flock Mistress

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    He's a rooster, they crow, it's natural. If you want to keep him quite then put him in a cage, bring him inside, and cover the cage with a sheet. At his old home, he was top dog and knew it. He's in new surroundings and is just announcing that he's here now and he's the man in charge. [​IMG]
     
  4. coltsrox

    coltsrox Chillin' With My Peeps

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    there was never a old home, he was raised by me and with his hen.
     

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