Wouldn't you know it, I managed to get a very small set of last year's hatchlings at the end of the season--total end. And we thought I got almost all hens (maybe one roo). Well, I ended up with one hen and the rest roos. *sigh* So I need help deciding which roos stay and which are re-homed. I'm going to try, for my first time, posting pictures. So let's see how that goes. Well, that didn't work. So I can send you to a photobucket album where you can see them all at once. I have five roos. Two are living with one hen, two are living in bachelor pads, and one is running with the hens (because he matured faster and has Little Man Syndrome which worked until the bigger ones caught up with him and surpassed him in size by about 1/3). Now he's going to be rehomed and replaced with a bigger brother. Please help me decide which two of the five brothers I should keep and which I should let someone else enjoy. I think this link will work for a slide show. http://s247.photobucket.com/albums/gg122/kfielding_photos/Buff Orpington Roosters at 7 months/ I have labeled the five brothers: Short Tail Long Tail Damaged Comb (another rooster tore off the front part of his comb) Brother 4 Wiley Coyote Thanks for any help you can give me choosing the better roo! This will be a good lesson in learning type for me. So thanks to all who respond.