Ok so I have a main flock of 5 buff Orpington hens, 4 golden comets,3 amber whites and 1 bourbon red turkey hen. They are all in what we call the main coop, and then I have a coop bout the same size because it was te first one we built, but it had a smaller run. In that coop I have 2 lavender Orpington roosters and 1 hen, and 1 lavender Americauan(probably spelled it totally wrong) i know that your bit suppose too but I got them from a breeder when they were all 2 days old and have been together since and never have a had them fight or pull feathers. My main laying hens are probably 4 months older then the others. But know my only hen in the other coop(we call the rooster coop) has started laying so I decided it's time for her to go to the other coop, after a very long time I finally got her and have her in a portable dog carrier waiting to be put in the other coop. I put my hens and turkey locked up in the coop so they will roost and sleep. So I'm bout to put then hen in there. I'm going to do it where they all wake up together most people find this very successful. But I'm worried since her friends The roosters but all my hens are very docile there so docile that the head hen is a buff Orpington. But the lavender hen is bigger then most of them since she is an Orpington. Should I be worried alot? And I plan on moving my biggest lavender Orpington rooster to that coop for spring so I can have some little chicks.