This is the strangest thing ever, at least to me. I have my first roo, (named Rooster) who has been with us for over a year and a half. He has done an excellent job of taking care of his ladies and doing what roo's do. About 6 months ago I bought 5 more hens. One of them turned out to be a BR Roo. (his name is Spot) By the time we realized she was a he, it was too late. He was so friendly and beautiful. Anyway, I always sit and watch my girls. I find it calming. I am sitting there yesterday watching Spot mounting one of the hens. The hen makes all this noise, which sends Rooster running over. All he does is stand there and watch! Later, Rooster is mounting a hen and Spot runs over and mounts the same hen even before Rooster is done with her! There was no fighting between roos, never has been. The girls prefer Rooster because he's gentler. Spot hangs on to their combs to do his business and often hurts the girls. When Rooster wants to mate, the girls will squat down for him. But Spot has to do the sneak attack. I just thought it was strange that 2 roosters can live in the same pen, share the same hens and never fight. Rooster crows loud and proud but I have never heard Spot crow. He's old enough. I'm thinking that as long as Spot doesn't crow, Rooster will accept him. What do you all think and is this normal?