When do they crow?

littlestars17

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When should I expect my roos to crow?? I have what I think is a roo(Amberlink) and a definite RIR
 

churchx3

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Mar 30, 2010
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Georgia
My roo is approx 14 weeks old and just started trying to crow within the past week...pretty pathetic thus far but getting better each day.
 

MomtoSyd&Emma

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10 Years
Jul 13, 2009
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Southern VA
Our RIR cockerel was only 8 weeks old when he started, they were still in our huge brooder when he was doing this! I just rehomed him and his 3 brothers this weekend due to that lol as we live in the city and arent allowed roosters!
 

Rennie

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Oct 28, 2009
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Derbyshire, England
My roo started at about 16 weeks ..Unsure of the breed but like FrizzlesRule said ..once they start they dont shut up!!! lol . Its funny to hear them when they first start but you just wait till he knows what to do

I have an old english game chick that is about 8 weeks and he is already trying though no sound is coming out ...



Do you have other Cockerels around that crow because i believe that helps them start imo
 

gryeyes

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Sep 22, 2009
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When I saw this subject line, my immediate thought before I opened the thread was, "Whenever they danged well feel like it. 4 AM, 10 AM, noon, 3 PM, 7 PM, 11 PM, and 4 AM again. Plus any time in between."

 
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TwilightMom

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Mar 23, 2010
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Livermore, California
I have a Crevecouer and he started crowing at about 10 weeks. He's been doing it for 3 weeks now and he's getting better at it!
He pretty much just crows and 6 a. m. (several times) and maybe once in the evening. I hope this patterns sticks....not supposed to have a rooster in city limits
 

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