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Say hello! Do you have a special bond with your rooster? We want to know! My boy, Eddie truly has my heart! I am thankful every day to have him in my life! We will be posting updates from our small flock here in the great, white North. It is especially white today! Bundle up, it's cold outside!!!
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Are roosters happy and comfortable wearing their NO CROW Rooster Collar, you ask? Our boy, Spencer demonstrates the carefree life of a quiet rooster. Our collars are made to be flexible and breathable so he can enjoy all of his favorite activities happily with no discomfort at all.
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This is why we love our NO CROW Rooster Collars. These beautiful boys are not just chickens to us. In fact, it can be hard to even consider them pets. They are more like family. They love us. We love them. We owe them a good life with all of the care and comfort they deserve. This is Rex. Does he look comfortable or what? He neither minds nor notices his collar. After the first 5 days, I have not heard a single crow. He chook, chook, chooks to the hens, warns them when hawks fly over, and, every know and then, runs from his older brother gobbling like a turkey! But, loud crowing? Never. I am so grateful for the serendipity and the honor to have invented the NO CROW Rooster Collar and to share it all over the globe with roosters lovers like you! All my best to your and your feathered loved ones! Lauren
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We care about the health and welfare of all chickens and especially the roosters who wear our collars. We strongly encourage our you to take the time to get familiar with these instructions and important safety guidelines. We take our responsibility to help you through this process very seriously so that you can do your part to keep your pet roosters safe, happy and healthy.

As with any chicken food safety must always be considered while your rooster is wearing his collar. We... strongly recommend that food be limited to crumble and finely chopped treats.

These instructions are also on our website posted with every item description, frequently asked question, checkout, and in the order confirmation email.

Please email us anytime you have questions or concerns that are not addressed in your instructions. We are here to help you day and night and will continue to assist you, however long it takes to succeed in safely reducing the volume of your roosters crow.

Thank you for trusting use to guide you through this process and for your devotion to these special animals that we have all come to love and value as pets and important members of your flock!

Sincerely,
Lauren & Jim

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Joy and peace to you and yours!

- Jim, Lauren and Eddie boy

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Crowing already! It's chick season! Are you ready for your favorite, little fluff ball to announce himself?

Did you know that you can train cockerels to crow quietly?

Starting young makes it much easier for your boy to learn how to crow politely and still be satisfied with himself and his impressive show of manliness!

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NO CROW Rooster Collars are made to work by two different ways:

- While allowing normal intake and storage of air reserves, the collar only affects the force of the air behind a full blast crow, effectively slowing down that "balloon" of air and deflating it as it comes out.

- AND it helps your boy to self moderate his crow. For most roosters, once they are used to their new collar, it is only noticeable is when it's time to crows. When the collar is fitted properly, the he adjusts the effort he puts into his crow so it's easier for him to crow more quietly.

Have your collar ready for him while he is still finding his voice and he will be as happy with his gentlemanly crow as you are

*We recommend measuring for size when he is nearly grown at a few months old and still a teenager".

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How To Find The Boys In Your Brooder!

Here are my best tips for sexing your chicks! What tricks do you have up your sleeves? Please, comment below and join the conversation!

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Here we go! "How To Find The Boys In Your Brooder" video is uploading now! Yay! Take some time to check it out and let us know what methods you have tried yourself!

(I will also comment on this post when it is ready to view.)

See you soon!

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Be sure to check in tomorrow for my second video :

How To Spot The Boys In Your Brooder

Here's a hint. Have you ever considered the term 'Cockeyed'?

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Join me tomorrow to get in on the fun! See you then!

-Lauren

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Say hello! Do you have a special bond with your rooster? We want to know!

My boy, Eddie truly has my heart! I am thankful every day to have him in my life!

We will be posting updates from our small flock here in the great, white North. It is especially white today! Bundle up, it's cold outside!!!

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Love me some Eddie boy!

Tune into our new video updates and flock adventures! We will be introducing you to our flock, sharing fixer upper projects, and talking chickens! Don't miss out on the fun!

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"We found evidence of white paint on the forks of the tractor that we believe matches the paint from the concrete statue rooster," says the sheriff.

It's a cocky move to steal a rooster statue, and authorities have apprehended a man they believe has run afowl of the law. The local sheriff says the case is "very strange."
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Eddie boy! Ever the romantic!

That leaf may be brown and yucky but, it is still a leaf! Girls like leaves! Here girls! I found you a leaf!

I love seeing this outside my window! Best view I could ask for!

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Gallus gallus domesticus - strange and wonderful in every way.

These chickens are especially wonderful. They're mine. I'm not at all biased, of course!

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Long ago and far, far away, there was a very special, exotic kind of bird, a jungle bird from distant land. Whether worshiped or offered as precious gifts to god, one thing is clear, it was precious to the people. "What rare and coveted creature is this", you say. Well, these days, we call it "Chicken".

https://www.washingtonpost.com/…/chickens-changed-the-wor…/…

Researchers say chickens are smarter — and more interesting — than they've been given credit for.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR, Y'ALL!

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Every single time I make a collar, I think to myself, "A sweet rooster will live in this collar." The amount of attention we give to little details like soft, ribbon on the ends and avoiding sharp edges makes our collars comfortable to wear. Our design makes the collar breathable and safe when used as directed.

If you ever have questions about using our collars, our website Www.NoCrowRoosterCollars.com has many answers to frequently asked questions.

Our Customer Service Dep...artment is available at Info@NoCrowRoosterCollars.com any time you need our help.

We care about your boys and are here for you whenever you need us.

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NAUGHTY BOYS?

Roosters, such loving, cuddly, little things, aren't they? Well, mine are! Maybe even too cuddly! (See photo. Ha!)

BUT, not all roosters act as lovingly as we might like .......YET!

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This is why we love our NO CROW Rooster Collars. These beautiful boys are not just chickens to us. In fact, it can be hard to even consider them pets. They are more like family. They love us. We love them.

We owe them a good life with all of the care and comfort they deserve.

This is Rex. Does he look comfortable or what?

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He neither minds nor notices his collar. After the first 5 days, I have not heard a single crow. He chook, chook, chooks to the hens, warns them when hawks fly over, and, every know and then, runs from his older brother gobbling like a turkey! But, loud crowing? Never.

I am so grateful for the serendipity and the honor to have invented the NO CROW Rooster Collar and to share it all over the globe with roosters lovers like you!

All my best to your and your feathered loved ones!

Lauren

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Rise and shine! It's going to be a beautiful day!

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