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Passive aggressive noisy neighbours

Old Sep 17th 2022, 12:12 am
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Default Re: Passive aggressive noisy neighbours

Originally Posted by G-J-B
I'm surprised your neighbour's acted on a complaint from someone who lives so far away...
I've somewhat adapted to the cockerel sounds now - he seems to have three in total, which I don't understand as there's only about 8 chickens. There are moments when it's annoying (especially around 5am), but I think my brain has switched off to it for a large part... At the moment I'm glad I didn't try to escalate things, we'll see if they get moved again in a month or so. One thing I have noticed is that his chickens are now randomly laying their eggs in the woodland area and not in their portable coop, so either they're going to waste, or he has to scramble around in there to find them.
I keep 3 cockerels in my garden. They are different breeds with individual calls. They really never disturb my sleep but I understand people not liking them calling out at 5am. Mine sometimes start even earlier.
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Old Sep 17th 2022, 6:47 pm
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Default Re: Passive aggressive noisy neighbours

Originally Posted by G-J-B
I'm surprised your neighbour's acted on a complaint from someone who lives so far away...
I've somewhat adapted to the cockerel sounds now - he seems to have three in total, which I don't understand as there's only about 8 chickens. There are moments when it's annoying (especially around 5am), but I think my brain has switched off to it for a large part... At the moment I'm glad I didn't try to escalate things, we'll see if they get moved again in a month or so. One thing I have noticed is that his chickens are now randomly laying their eggs in the woodland area and not in their portable coop, so either they're going to waste, or he has to scramble around in there to find them.
Sorry, I didn't say that the complainants apparently "disposed of" the cocks themselves, but I don't know how. Two separate neighbours used a colloquial verb which I'd never heard of, but obviously didn't mean "moved them elsewhere"....
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