I currently have 2 rooster and 6 hens in the coop. I was hoping to keep both rooster as they are nice, calm birds that were raised together and get along( they are just about 7 month now). So to help even things out I now have 9 babies in the brooder that are under a week old. My question is, what can I do for the poor 6 girls until the other are old enough? The roosters are over mating and leaving bald spots. I'm also confused in that neither rooster seems dominate. Shouldn't that be decided by now? One will mate a hen and the other will jump on when he's done. I can see my older girls are stressed about this and avoid the roosters, where those raised with the rooster seem to except it and have the worst wear. During the day they all free range with the older ones consistently out of sight and avoiding the roosters. I know my problems would be solved if I just gave up one of the roosters but was hoping there might be some managements ideas that could make the whole flock happier? Thanks!!