Originally Posted by cocatoolover101
Yeah he has got them all too him self, So does the other one. Both males have started mating in different avairies. I read somewhere that if on there poo there is foam that means he is "in season" is that true?
I've not ever known a coturnix roo not to be "in season". They always seem to have foam, even when they are molting and the hens are barely laying.
Originally Posted by Sunfarms
I am new to this as well but I have read and seen a lot of set ups where they are in a "community" with multiple males together? Females out numbering the males of course. For example 2-3 males and 9-12 females. This is also how I have mine set up with no fighting that I have seen. Did I just get lucky?
Don is right, give it time. Often it's the hens that are the culprits, harassing and picking on a male that is subordinate. You are better off separating out the extra roo and either eating him or getting him some hens.