So, I have four adults - 1 rooster and 3 hens and six babies coming up on two months. Of those six, I am sure 2 are girls, 1 is a boy, and 3 seem to have characteristics of both. They are mixed breeds so they are different sizes, colors, combs, etc. For the 3 that I don't know, one's comb is small and not red (dad has a small comb) but he's getting longer neck feathers and gives me "that look." One is just big. The other one is small but has a red comb (mom has a very red comb too). Anyway, I have a main house of 38 ft2, a main run of 251 ft2, and a separate run of 56 ft2 with what was supposed to be a little house of 27 ft2 that the contractor never finished. The little house has three sides, and the roof has slats so it's not waterproof like it was supposed to be. Anyway, let's assume I have my father rooster and 3 baby boys. Once the fighting starts (~6 months I guess as far as the serious fighting, not the play fighting some of them are doing), I can put the 3 baby boys in the smaller run. I will try to get a handyman to finish off the little house. If I want to keep them all, is it likely that the 3 young roosters will just try to kill each other in there? I could have separate much smaller areas built for each one and let them alternate going out in to a larger area. I love all my chick kids. I don't want them to die. I know, stupid me, I let my hen sit on eggs. But, I just love the babies. Nobody wants roosters (unless they're eating them). They are gorgeous. Their father is mean as the dickens but he'll make sure his sons are put in their place (for now at least) so they shouldn't try to kill me too (I hope!). Meanwhile, one of the adult hens has been brooding nothing for almost two months. I won't let her have eggs too, and she's just not giving up. I pull her off the nest twice a day to force her to eat which she does.