This weekend I plan on putting my 11 week old chickens in with my 16 week old batch. They have been living side by side for about 5 weeks. My worry is the roosters. I ended up with an EE roo in the older batch and a Barred Rock & an Australorp roo in the younger batch. Is it safe to introduce the two younger roos with the rest of the group, or will the older roo give them a hard time? The younger group is still smaller than the older group, but not by a whole lot...except that the older rooster is quite a bit larger than everyone else. I could leave the two younger ones in a "bachelor pad" where the younger group is living now if need be, but my preference would be to have them all together if at all possible. Should I put them together and just see what happens, or not take the chance? I did not plan on having more than one rooster, but here I am and I'd like to wait until they are older to see which one I would keep if they didn't all get along or if they are over-mating the girls. Once the two flocks are united, I'll have a total of 15 hens with the 3 rooss (which I know is higher than preferred). Thanks!