I always welcome roosters. Once you know, send me a PM and will work out details.
I have a pair, can holler when she is laying.
So far its only the one county thankfully. If the rooster is the only roo, thats commonly the cause for human aggression.
Mine are not laying yet, but I know @racinchickins
I keep Blacks and Lavenders. Some of my hens still throw chocolate chicks, but none are laying yet here.
I have a very dry house lol its old! So my humidity can drop to 10% if I don't monitor daily. We have electric heat only and that makes it worse. Incubation should be at least 40% humidity. I try to be at 70% humidity at lockdown. Everyones situation is different, I have a sportsman cabinet so I rotate eggs weekly. Auto turner is a definite help. For me, its best to have a cheap still air incubator going just for a hatcher, then my incubating eggs in the cabinet are not exposed to constant drastic humidity changes.
I've been monitoring the air sac growth and my incubator and I are just working on getting a cooperation going on lol. I'm learning as I go but it keeps trying to go high with very little water but too low with no water so I'm tweaking as I go. So far tho they seem to be progressing as all my reasons say they should. Fingers crossed!