Chickens Top 6 Reasons for Keeping a Rooster in Your Flock

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    And wake you up to early in the morning :p
     
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    When we were in SaPa at our homestay the rooster started crowing at 3am!
     
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    The roosters in our neighbourhood were our alarm clock growing up. At 6AM, they all go off. Once stirred, you cannot go back to sleep because very soon you will hear the rest of the family outside your house, looking for breakfast in your garden :D

    A few years ago, I went back home and I noticed that some started crowing around 2AM. What’s up with that? Are they scared of the spooks or someone forgot to tell them that its bed time still LOL.
     
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    I've experienced this before also and I'm not sure why they sometimes do it... :think:
     
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