I have 4 roos and 11 girls. My BO roo has his girls - the 3 BO pullets and 1 BR - and my BR roo has his - the other 5 BR pullets. The two mutt pullets hang out with the two mutt cockerals. So far, there hasn't been any fighting or issues over the ladies. But, they are all starting to get more mature and I can their "big boy" hormones are starting to kick in. The BO is aout 21 weeks, the BR is about 19 weeks, and the Mutts are about 18 weeks but not nearly as physically mature looking as the other two. Obviously, this is too many cockerals per pullets in one coop and run. All along we've planned to keep the BR and the BO roos, now we just need to figure out what to do with the Mutts. If you were choosing, would you pick Freezer Camp or letting them free range? From the beginning, we've been thinking that any extra males would be "harvested" but I'm not sure if I'm ready for that. I kind of want to see what they'll be like full grown and wouldn't mind having them run around the yard. But, would they run off? How would I keep them somewhat safe at night? The parents of the mutts are free ranged so I'm hoping they will have some decent survival instincts. But, from a financial standpoint, it would really stink to let them run free then loose them right away. With free range birds, do you still feed them? I feel like it makes more sense for us to harvest them but I kind of don't want to. If we choose to let them loose, how would you make the transition?