Hi all! I am new to this group and new to chicken ownership. I, however, currently have 9 chicks. 2 ameraucana hens, 3 polish (2 of which I am 99%sure are roosters) and 4 silkies - not sure of the sex on them but they are all smaller and very mellow except one showgirl that may be a dominant hen or a rooster. Now I LOVE having these birds. Much more so than I thought I would as they are technically my girls pets. But they are so darn cute and so much fun to watch and so entertaining!! Anyway they all grew up together. All are about 10 weeks. We have grown very fond of the two we think may be roosters. I have been reading a lot about rooster behavior and they exhibit some of this already but they are still sweethearts and are so brave and caring of the others. We have a quarter acre and they all run around the area a few hours a day. They love it. Anyway a lot of what I read is negative and it sounds like 99% of people that have roosters get rid of them for one reason or another. Is this accurate? My girls get VERY upset if I mention that we may have to rehome either of them for any reason and I want to have realistic expectations. I really want to be able to keep them all. They are more dominant for sure. And more aggressive but its kinda in a good way if that makes sense and they are sweethearts to us humans. We love them. Am I being naive?