Same as any other chicken, although they do crow a lot more and
make the 'cock-a-doodle-doo' noise
the cockrel makes a wired sound cockcock
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Traditionally, the call of a cockerel (male chicken) is: Cock a doodle doo. But, obviously, the cock blackbird (and every other male song bird) would make a different sound.
I saw a cockerel in the farm and the cockerel cocked really loud until the cockerel was out of breath. oh no..... The cockerel could not breath so I called the vet and the cockerel was survived.
Feminine for cockerel is hen.
A male chicken is called a rooster or a cockerel.
A hen is the mother of the cockerel:)
How do you eat cockerel? There really is not much difference between a cockerel and a hen when used for cooking. The male.
Yes.......if you can find a Cockerel that will lay an egg
A baby rooster is called a cockerel.
A cockerel is a young intact male chicken.
Roosters kept on picking on the little cockerel.
A hen is female and a cockerel is a young male.
Christopher Cockerel is most known for inventing the hovercraft. Christopher Cockerel invented the hovercraft in the 1950's and it can travel on land and water.
A cockerel is a rooster or male chicken. I don't think there are girl cockerels
Yes. The word cockerel just means young rooster. They always become roosters unless they do not make it past their first year. After the first year they are called roosters.
A cockerel is a rooster under 1.
He experimented with it for years and made many working models
Get some young hens then borrow the cockerel, when it's mature enough, to breed to my hens.
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A chick is a cockerel from the time it is born, if it is male. Male chicken under one year old - Cockerel Male chicken over one year old - Cock, or Rooster
A young male chicken is known as a cockerel. A fully grown, mature cockerel is known as a rooster.
Any male chicken under one year of age is called a cockerel. After that year the bird is called a Rooster.
A cockerel is a chicken. Chicken refers to the species, but a cockerel is a young male chicken. A rooster is a full grown male chicken. The pullet is a young female, and a hen is a full grown female. Hope this helps!
A cockerel is a male rooster than is under a year old. However, young female chickens are referred to as hens.