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Hi, JACustomer. Thanks for your question.A procedure does exist. Although it's available, it's expensive and sometimes the animals don't survive surgery. There are varying degrees of opinion on whether or not this is a humane solution to the noise factor that tends to accompany the ownership of roosters. Nevertheless, it remains an option.
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I would expect to spend around $500, perhaps more depending on location. It depends on where you go and not all places offer such a procedure. You will likely need to seek out an avian specialist.There are varying reports of how this is done as it's not a procedure that many learn or are willing to perform. Typically a small opening is made into the thoracic inlet and a split is then made into what is basically the voice box for birds (syrinx). This procedure basically inhibits the ability to force air through the syrinx, thus resulting in a loss of ability to effectively crow.There is a veterinarian who has made quite the comprehensive page here: https://quietroosters.com/the-procedure/ regarding this procedure that he often performs.
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Checking in. How is your companion doing? Any other questions I can answer about this procedure?