My neighbor asked me what the freaky noise was last night. I think it was the sound of one of my roosters crowing distorted by the coop, their new windows, and the 100 yards of distance. So, I have 3 dark brahma roosters that were all supposed to be hens, they are about 9 month old and I didn't have the heart to re-home or process them. They seem to crow all day and night. I can understand some of the crows: We survived the night, in your face foxes! Ooh, Ooh, Ooh, is that warm oatmeal? She's mine, I said she's mine! Ooh, Ooh, Ooh, here is something tasty! My girls laid another egg! Woohoo! This is my yard, don't even think about it! Did you see that game last night? But what is going on with the night crowing? Is light from a passing car a rooster version of "punch buggy"? Is is a rooster nightmare? Is he scolding the rest of the flock for fidgeting? Talking in his sleep? Seriously though, I need to figure it out and try to shut him up or I will have to make soup out of him. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.