So I live in Hawaii, our in AG land. No street lights, etc. I have a RIR rooster that crows, literally ALL. NIGHT. LONG. Sometimes he'll even crow continuously for over an hour at a time. Usually he crows for 10-15 minutes about every hour or so. Homes in my area of Hawaii do not have insulation. That means every noise outside can be heard inside. I can close my windows though it gets hot and doesn't really knock the sound down. I have tried ear plugs, they do not block the sound (he's really loud!) and also have a sound machine that runs at night. Again, even with all these together, his crows disturb out sleep to a point where we are ready to put him down. BUT, he's a very good rooster. He takes care of his flock of 30ish hens and offspring. My chickens are 100% free range, not cooped at all. They sleep either up against the house, in nest boxes or perched in trees at night. I did try putting a collar on him to make the crows smaller but he didn't eat or drink for 24 hours so I took it off. I'm not willing to risk his health, if I want to kill him I'll put him down humanly. I get that roosters crow all hours. I do get that and I'm willing to live with some amount of nighttime crowing but this rooster is on my last nerve. The only good night of sleep we got was when Hurricane Iselle came through! He didn't crow that night. I woke up refreshed ready to face the devastation left behind by the hurricane. Any advice, guidance, etc. I would love to entertain ideas other than putting him down.