Originally Posted by FloridaDog
Originally Posted by oldhenlikesdogs
They are just starting to sexually mature, young roosters will often display goofy behaviors as they try to figure stuff out, it can help to have a mature rooster to keep them in line.
You have way too many roosters, I personally would pen the trouble makers up for a while until they mature enough for me to judge which ones are better, sometimes you remove the dominant one only to find out the next rooster is worse, either way, you will have to start pulling roosters out until your hens are ready for their attention.
We Really didn't want any roosters, just turned out that way. I'm afraid of exactly what you said, remove one rooster now another becomes a bigger issue. I'm thinking we just pull all three rooster out of the main coop/run and put them elsewhere. Now I just need an elsewhere
Best plan...pull all three at once.
With chickens, it's best to always have an 'elsewhere' ready to use.
Curious, do you want a cock/erel at all??
If not get rid of all of them...... eat them, give them away to someone else who wants to eat them or someone might want them for breeding.