Ok so I have been posting on other threads about my little flock. I have 5 total, 2 have been identified as red sex link pullets, 1 red sex link roo, and 2 BO mixes (possibly with wyandotte?) one of which is a rooster. I am planning to take the BO mix rooster back to the woman who sold him to me and considering maybe sending his pullet with him because they just dont seem to like us and I would really hate to split up the pair. They are very close and roost, forage, dust bathe and do everything together, so Im afraid to seperate them and have my BO mix pullet possibly be bullied. When the 2 are foraging and the possible roo is on the other side of my raised garden beds the poor little pullet starts calling for him and looking for any portion of the group and then runs over to the BO mix roo. Im afraid to split up the pairing but 2 roos is not good when we aren't supposed to have any. Here is where the chicken math kicks in since I will be rehoming the roo and I found out another of my flock is a non-layer doesn't that mean they should be replaced by 2 pullets? LoL I am planning to try to keep the RSL roo (he is just the sweetest bird ever!) until he crows, if my neighbors say no then he will have to go. My question is, is it too late for me to pick up a few young, under 1 month old, pullets and eventually work them into my flock? My RSL's dont seem to care about pecking order, they get along with eachother fine and there has been no pecking for a few weeks now. They used to chase the BO mixes but never pecked or anything. Do you think it would work, and if so how do I go about doing it?