This is a young white Easter Egger cockerel. He has very soft cackles but I have not seen him crow. I really don’t expect him to be very loud at all, just at this time I cannot give a good description of how loud he is. He may never even attempt it. I think the only colored feather on his is one in his saddles. Non-aggressive toward me and gets along with the other birds. A unique rooster that would go well with some EE hens or dark egg layer to produce some olive eggers.
Here is a young, type B or C black mottled Serama cockerel. He is so quiet, you probably could keep him inside. I would be able to include a hen for a fee. He would make a good pet, especially if space is limited.
Here is a young sex-link rooster that is for sale. He is very quiet, probably at 25% of total volume. He is not mean to people and gets along with the other birds. I am discounting him because he is a cross (to make the sex-link pullets) and has lost part of his comb during the cold snap. Healthy and should serve his purpose as a rooster in your flock. You can hear some of my other roosters in the background that are farther from the camera. It’s a good comparison as to how quiet this guy is.
Here is picture of a young Silver Laced Wyandotte that is available. I do not have a video of him crowing because I have not seen him attempt to crow. His cackles are barely a whisper right now and he may never even try to crow.
This young rooster has lost most of the volume after the crow reduction surgery.