After 3 nights of 3 am crowing the big black roo had to go, he was upsetting too many neighbors. We handed him over to someone else more able to handle a LOUD roo. Now we are just left with the hen and the first roo we rounded up that was all beat up when he came in and in the 2 weeks he's been here he's not uttered even a resemblance of a crow. He wasn't the dominant roo by far with the other around or when he was running around as a stray. So the question is this, since the hen laid her egg before the loud roo was removed (hours before) can I assume he mated her right after and if she lays tomorrow it could possibly be fertilized by him? Don't know yet if the other roo will pick up on the manly duties but we'll see. Whatever she lays will be tried in the incubator with the ones coming in this week just to see if we get anything.