Hi, This is my first post here. During January I became the very accidental keeper of two large roosters. I live in a rural area but alwo near a large university population, and I found these guys while I was out hiking. Their location (and the fact that they were all roosters) leads me to believe that they were dumped. So I took them home, let them live in our old shed, tried to keep them fenced, but now have a pair of inquisitive free range roosters. My kids love them and haven't had any problems with them to date. My problem is that I really want hens but I think that both these guys are here to stay (imagine very heartbroken kids). So I'm wondering what the logistics would be to add hens into the mix. I don't know what breed the boys are - they are big birds, white with gold highlight on their backs, a few long tailfeathers, large red combs and yellowy feet. I have no sense of whether they would beat each other senseless if we got hens, or if it is simply a question of numbers. We live on three acres, so they certainly have plenty of room. If there is no easy way to add ladies then I will go without. Also, is there a way to guestimate age? One of them is certainly mellower, and he has long spurs, while the other seems to be much more full of himself and has no spurs at all. Thanks for any help at all. I'm loving having Bert and Ernie around and would really like to have more.