Q- Does every rooster crow long?
A- No, it's variable, the same as with all other genetic traits.
Q- Is every crow long?
A- No, they would hyperventilate. Approximately every fifth crow is of maximum length including a prominent inhale sound at the end.
Q- Is a cockerel's voice as good as it will get as soon as he learns to crow?
A- No, it takes a year or longer for the voice to mature.
Q- Does a rooster's crow stay the same length his whole life?
A- No, it reaches maximum length at around a year of age. Then starts to decrease somewhat by year three.
Q- Is each long crow of equal quality?
A- No. A good crow is 10-15 seconds in length and of a two-tone pitch with a prominent inhale sound at the end of every fifth, or longest, crow. Denizli may crow as long as 20 seconds, but having a gruff single pitched tone for the most part.