Hate your neighbor? Buy a long-crowing rooster.
According to poultry expert Gail Damerow, writing in the current issue of Backyard Poultry Magazine, long crowers probably have their origins in Japan and have spread throughout the world through deliberate selection. Here's a play list for your listening pleasure, consisting of a Turkish long crowing breed, the Denizli, followed by a Koeyoshi (good crower in Japanese) and the Tomaru (black crower).Homegrown Evolution: 2009 Waking up on New Year's Day with the world of long crowing roosters
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