Almost 5 months old, I have a mixed batch of 12 hens ranging from RIRs to Polish. All seem to get along fine so far. But I have 3 roosters to boot...none intentionally. (McMurray Hatchery) A Cuckoo Maran, VERY aggressive towards small children, no longer with the adults. A RIR, dominant, curious, protective, but not aggressive. And a Gold Laced Wyandotte, well built but not the top of the pecking order. 3 roosters, 12 hens. When one decides to mount a hen, at this point, the other two decide to go for it as well. I end up seeing a single girl squawking under 2-3 jostling roosters, and I'm tired of it. Will this work itself out as one of them decides that he rules to roost, or will this continue as long as there are multiple roosters? They do not do it while I'm out there, but I can see them from the garden and the windows of the house. I'm also a bit afraid that stressing the hens out will hamper egg production. They are free- ranging now and it is a bit less of a problem, but I feel bad for the girls and protective of them. At any rate, the Cuckoo Maran is scheduled for a roast in the near future. Is there anything I can do?