Hello, I need some advice. I'm trying to decide what to do with my new rooster problem. We have one full grown Easter Egger rooster "Loki" and he is a little over a year old. He currently lives with 3 hens (2 australorps and 1 white rock). This is the first group of chickens we've had. We lost some hens to Coyotes in December. "Loki" We then added 22 new baby chicks to a second pen - and we ended up with 5 roosters (3 easter eggers, 1 olive egger, and 1 cinnamon queen). We definitely don't need that many. I'm guessing the older existing rooster will not get along with the new baby roos. But I don't know if it's easy to adopt out a full grown rooster - I wouldn't want him to be killed, and I want him to go to a good home. If all the baby roosters are raised together with the baby hens - would they continue to be fine as they get older? Or will they start to fight among themselves once they are mature? I've noticed that 1 of the easter egger roosters is a bit more aggressive then the others - so I think I will re-home him for sure. Out of the other 4 - how many is a good number to keep for 20 hens? Here are pictures of the baby roos - they are about 3 months old now. I don't have a picture of the Olive Egger. "Cinnamon queen" Thanks for your help with this.