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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by Jencleg, Aug 12, 2011.
Just curious why roosters crow?
Roosters crow because they can, also to say" this is my territory, these are my girls and get the heck out of here"......I enjoy the sound of a rooster but at times I wish they would keep it down!
I have one Silky roo that crows when someone pulls in the driveway. Very helpful. We call him the "dog". Our actual dog barks at airplanes, birds flying overhead, the farmers 1/4 mile away, not so helpful.
Roosters crow to : attract hens, claim territory, indicate vitality and health, warn other roosters of their presence, and because they can.
Well they can't whistle, so they have to do something when they see a hot chick.
Quote: a chick....literally XD