If you have too many roosters, an easy solution is starting a rooster flock. A rooster flock is a flock of all roosters, with no hens.
Feeding and Watering Your Rooster Flock
If you have more than two roosters in your rooster flock, it might be a good idea to have more than one feeder and/or waterer. I have a rooster flock of seven, and I have two waterers and two feeders. It's not always necessary to have multiple feeders and waterers, especially if you always have the feeder full or have easygoing roosters.
I also recommend people who have a rooster flock to feed flock raiser, grower, or all flock feed instead of layer feed. Roosters (and other non-laying birds) don't need the extra calcium in layer feed, and it can damage them if used for long term.
Introducing New Roosters to Your Rooster Flock
Sometimes, it's easy to introduce new roosters to your rooster flock, but sometimes it's not. When I first started my roo flock, I just put the new roosters into the roo pen and made sure the other roosters didn't hurt them too badly. But, I soon found out it wasn't always that easy. One day I added two cockerels and the other roosters wouldn't stop bullying them. So, I put the two new cockerels in a cage within the rooster pen for the night and let them out in the morning. The new cockerels were accepted and no blood was drawn. If you think the other roosters will hurt the new roosters or they already have, try putting the new roos in a cage within the pen for a day or two.
How to Deal With Bullies
In a rooster flock, a few fights to establish the pecking order are perfectly normal. But, if a rooster is constantly attacking/chasing another rooster, and not leaving him alone, you might have to intervene.
Roosters will bully each other for a variety of reasons. Sometimes the pen/coop is too small for the roosters, and they're fighting because of stress and lack of space. Sometimes the bully is a young rooster who wants to dominate the other roosters. Sometimes you get a rooster who is just mean, or has a feud against another rooster in your rooster flock.
There are several ways to deal with a bully rooster. One way is separating him for a little while from the rest of the rooster flock. When he's added back in, he will have to establish his rank all over again and might be too distracted to worry about bullying another rooster. Another way to deal with bullies is to expand the size of the roosters' pen/coop and add more feeders and waterers.
Sometimes it takes a while for a new rooster to be accepted by the rest of the rooster flock. For instance, I added a new cockerel to my rooster flock and he got bullied for about two weeks before they finally accepted him. He still occasionally gets pecked, but it's only to remind him where he is in the pecking order.
Thanks for reading my article! I hope it was helpful and that you learned something new about rooster flocks.