I have 10 assorted chicks (7 weeks now) that we hatched out from EBAY eggs (6 brabanters, 1 cochin, 2 houdans, 1 blue laced wynadotte). I think 1 houdan and 3 brabanters are roos. Also have 4 hens (2 ameracaunas, 1 seabright, 1 polish) that are 2 years in the spring. I hatched the eggs to replace my 2 favorite girls that I lost to a coyote during free range time last summer (new free range rules now). I have a 4X8 coop with an attache 16X16 run. I know I should be looking for homes for the roos, but I want to be sure I am correct on my sexing (especially the brabanters, they are tricky). I am still keeping the young ones separated from the hens with modifications to the coop and run. If I can't find good homes for the boys, is it crazy chicken math to consider keeping them all? What if I built another run. Please don't laugh, I've just gotten too attached to the babies.