I have three roosters, and two coops, each with separate runs. There are two roosters living in one coop with hens right now, and they are getting along fine. The other rooster is in the other coop with hens and young pullets. He's the older guy, and was the alpha rooster, but the two younger ones went at him a few weeks ago so I had to move him. I'd like to keep all three for breeding purposes as they're different breeds. I'm needing to reorganize. The two younger roosters are more active with the girls, and one is a very big guy (Orpington) and some of the hens are small and a few have just grown their feathers back and don't tolerate a lot of attention from roosters. I have a few Orpington hens that are bigger, but the ratio would be wrong. The older guy isn't too persistent and mostly goes for his own kind (Wyandottes) which is what I would like. So I'd like to let him live with all of the hens over the winter, and then put them with their own kinds in the spring, for breeding. I'm wondering if it would work to put the two younger roosters in the small coop/run on their own, and all the hens and the older rooster in the bigger coop and run. Would that be a problem, for the two roosters to have no hens, and to be right next to the other run, seeing the hens and the older rooster? Might they get really frustrated? If so, might they go at each other? It would be an Orpington and an Ameraucana rooster living together.