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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by rocknrod428, May 19, 2009.
The title says it all. I have 4 roosters that are 7 weeks old and cant wait to here some noise.
When they start they will/can crow 24/7.
Our vary on when they start crowing. By 16 weeks or so for sure.
when does a rooster cockadoodledoo?
When ever he wants LOL Some start early and it is funny to hear them practice off key
I think it depends on each individual. I had 2 RIR roos and it took them a year to crow! I had purchased them as chicks one spring and they crowed the following spring! Talk about late bloomers!
It was funny when I first heard them too. They did not sound like a "real" rooster! It was kinda strange sounding and caught me off guard. I was like "What was that? Is that the Roos trying to crow?"
I heard my little 4 wk old Serama crow for the first time last light, talk about funny
All day. Oh yeah, and all night, too. They crow. And they crow. Oh, yeah, and then they crow again.
They crow when they hear noises. They crow when they find food. They crow when they finish mounting a hen. They crow if they see a car's headlights go by at night. They crow because they think they are top-king-cock-of-flock. They crow when you come into the yard. They crow when you leave the yard. They crow when you have visitors. They crow when they are happy. And then they crow again.