Does A Cock-Crow Tell The Exact Time Of The Day? Cocks in Towns Seems To Get It

  1. Flavie Lolol profile image76
    Flavie Lololposted 8 years ago

    Does A Cock-Crow Tell The Exact Time Of The Day? Cocks in Towns Seems To Get It All Wrong?

  2. Steppeno profile image76
    Steppenoposted 8 years ago

    I guess it all depends on what disturbs them at certain times of the day... My roosters start sounding off at 3:30am every day because the neighbor is getting up and ready for work... His roosters start to crow and mine feel obliged to answer them back... Then I don't hear from them again until just before the sun rises... They crow several times through the daylight hours, but I don't think it's actually time related as it is a mateing call to attract the ladies... I guess he feels he is just "Cockin' His Doodle"... LOL

  3. hannzach profile image64
    hannzachposted 8 years ago

    I think cockerels tend to crow when they like. My two cockerels usually start at around 4am, and carry on until about 6 or 7am. Sometimes the bigger one will crow later in the day. I think it's also a call to the girls, to announce his presence.

 
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