Nice to meet yall. I have chickens for the first time. I have a flock now of 14 birds all together, 13 hens, and 1 roo. 9 RIR, and 4 Arcana hens, and my roo is an arcana as well. They are super friendly, I played and handled them often from the time I got them as chicks. We converted a shed to their home, and it worked out great, it is huge, with heat, light, and a pvc water and food system that my husband made. They have a huge run fenced in with netting over top and it is about 8 ft tall, they have shade trees and also a huge umbrella too. I feed them only good feed with oyster shell, and grit, walnuts, blueberries, oats only good things and fresh everything from our gardens when are in season. It seemed so easy. I never lost one bird, and I love all the pretty brown and blue eggs. I feel I might have made a big mistake. I mentioned to my husband how I would love to have more, we all really enjoy the eggs and the birds are simply fun. Anyway, my husband, (gotta love my man), brought me home some chicks. In face we have 12 sex links, and 5 partridge rocks, (one was really tiny and did not make it) and 6 Barred Rock. Here is my dilemma. I am starting to think I am going to have to build another shed and run for these new ones. I don't think I can get electric out there though that would make me nervous. So now I have a ton of questions, 1, Do I need a separate run and coop? 2. Will these ever be able to go in with my Rhode islands and Arcanas? I want them to all be together and in the huge shed that will house them all easily with heat and everything, but I am afraid to do it after all of the horror stories I have read. I am a bit nervous now and confused because of all the things that are suggested. How do I know what to really do? 3. should I keep them separate past quarantine and at this time also get rid of any that are roosters? Will only one roo be ok with like a possible 25-30 hens? I really am afraid to put another roo in there, I love my Jenner and would cry big tears if anything happened to him. He is Beautiful. I also don't want any of my babies hurt, I understand the pecking order, but the timing is where I am hung up. there are so many suggestions, how do I know what is best for my new babies? I would greatly appreciate any help. By the way I live in Indiana just south of Indy. I will be so happy to hear from anyone please.