I started the Chicken Adventure in October of last year. I purchased 5 pullets from a gentleman that said I was getting 5 hens (4 Doms and 1 RIR). I asked him how he could tell they were all hens. He said, "Ive been raising chickens for 30 years and Iknow how to tell a hen from a rooster." I left it at that. When they started getting older, I could hear crowing coming from the coop prior to me letting them out for the day. I posted on here if it was possible for a hen to crow and I recieved alot of messages that it was in fact possible for a hen to crow so I thought nothing of it. Then one week I noticed all but one looked the same in regards to their comb and thought that the one that looked different was my suspected roo. After sending a coiuple pics to an associate at work who also raises chickens, I found out that I have 4 roos and 1 lone hen. So now I am down to 1 roo and 1 hen. I affectionately names them Ralph and Alice. I know roos are good for servicing 10 hens but will it be alright for me to have just them until at least the spring time? And when Spring comes, would it be alright to get just one hen at a time instead of the typical 5 that I got this last time and ended up with all roos? Has this happened to anyone else here before?