Here is my back story... I have 7 hens, who are about a year old now. One of my hens hatched out a few eggs, of which 2 we kept and ended up with a roo who was previously thought to be a hen. In the mean time, thinking the 2 babies were girls, I got an additional 4 'babies', one of which was a roo. I knew he was a roo, and did it purposely. My problem now is, I have 13 chickens and 2 Roos! They free range during the day on about an acre of land, and my coop is big enough for all of them comfortably (I could actually take another chick or 3 but I digress...) So far, Mr. MM, my cochin/RIR cross is extremely docile and friendly as is his mom. Sam, my other roo who is a lavender D'Uccle is also extremely sweet. Mr. MM has basically taken over the original 7 girls plus his 'sister' as his posse, and Sam has the 3 girls I got when I got him. They coexist quite nicely, all go in the coop at night and have all been in their enclosed run together with no issue. My question is...is this too good to be true? Is there going to be an issue with the 2 boys and it is just a matter of time? I would hate to rehome either one of them, but also don't want an issue... Mr MM is BIG, and Sam is quite petite, and I don't know if that is part of it...Mr MM never goes after Sam's girls, though I have seen Sam go after Mr. MM's but nothing went on between them. I guess my concern is come winter, when they very possibly could be confined to their enclosed run due to snow, are they going to fight? Is it really inevitable, or can they live harmoniously since they both have their own girls? Help?