I am restructuring my flock setup and I'm not quite sure how to achieve this with a minimum of fuss. Here are my assorted scenarios: - Chicks hatched in the banty coop back in early December. They are almost feathered out and are still hanging out with mama most of the time. Three of the chicks are standard size and will eventually need to move to the big girl coop. At what age do I move them and what is the least traumatic way to do this? The banty coop and big girl coop share a common wired side so they have seen each other from the beginning. - At least two of the chicks are roosters. They are really pretty and I'd like to keep at least one. Can I add him as a young roo in with his buff orp daddy and have them coexist peacefully after the baby reaches maturity? - When you get Tractor Supply day olds do you still quarantine them for 30 days? - I have two standards in with my banties and one of them has had her muff picked off by somebody else in there. I can't figure out who is doing the picking. They were raised with the other big girls and seperated back in the summer. They do share a common wire wall currently. I want to pull both EEs out and add them in with the big girls in hopes of fixing the picking problem. What's the best way of adding these two in without causing world war 3 in there? Thanks for the help!