The rooster could be ill,
it could be the wrong season ( crowing is part of setting up territories and calling females into his group, if it is not breeding season his male hormones will drop and he will have no desire to crow)
He could be a beta rooster - if there is more than one rooster on the property at least one will always be alpha doing most of the crowing, others down the pecking order may just stay quiet, accepting that they are not at the top of the pecking order.
Yes. A young rooster will mimic the older rooster's crow as it learns to crow.
A rooster makes a cock-a-doodle-do sound, could also be known as a crow.
show him another rooster and he will show that he is also male by CROWING.or you make sounds of rooster crowing and he will also crow.
A rooster is never too old to crow, he just might not do it as often.
Yes. When a rooster is killed, or dies of natural causes, it will no longer crow. You're welcome.
one rooster sees a light thinks the sun iscomingupother roosters hear that rooster and crow because its a contest
Yes. Roosters crow to communicate to the flock and to other roosters.
Very rarely vets will decrow a rooster but that is the only way.
Tape his beak
caw because a rooster makes a crow and a crow makes a caw so they are opposites.
crow or cock
Yes. They crow because they are trying to keep in touch with their husband.
Well my Rooster is about 8 weeks old now and he just started
My rooster TRIED to crow when he was a couple months old...lol it was a failed crow though XD
It depends on the rooster really, but an individual rooster can crow many, many times a day, throughout the day. Usually, the number of crows increases if there are other roosters around, especially if the rooster considers them rivals.
No because most of the time when they crow it's usually a mood sign of the rooster
Roosters crow. The crow of a rooster sounds like "Cock-a-doodle-doo."
no its not possible
No. Roosters crow when they see light, it's instinctive.