I hope this is the right place to post this... Spring comes early in south Florida, so my 38, 7-week old, straight-run, assorted OEGBs have already been in the coop for a couple of weeks. Theyre acting more and more like chickens, and less like chicks every day. Its starting to get pretty crowded in the new coop. Knowing it would, I havent torn down the old coop yet. Ill be separating out the surplus roos, and housing them there while I grow them up for the table. (Unless I happen to find homes for them.) I think Id like to try keeping two roos with my flock of 19 hens, but how to choose? Flashy colors is important I guess, but If there will be two, they need to get along. So far, Ive only let myself get attached to one Red Pyle roo. He seems to have (or think he has) a special place in the flock . Hes not the biggest. Ive never seen him in one of the mock battles that all the others participate in, and he crows constantly. Is he dominant? What should I look for in social behavior when picking my second roo? The good thing is, I have time to put them together with the hens and see how they do. If there are problems, Ill try another one until I get a pair that can tolerate each other.