Hi everyone - We ended up with 2 cockerels (supposed to be hens). One cockerel has become dominant and the other is basically an outcast. He sleeps in the coop with everyone else, but stays away from the pack unless a hen comes too near and he tries to mount her. Of course the dominant guy will have none of this. The isolated boy also had a broken leg, which has repaired itself and you can barely see a limp anymore. Having cockerels has completely changed the dynamics of the yard. The oldest hens hate both of them. The younger hens were brought up with them, so they tolerate them. We decided to just get rid of both of them and return to peace and quiet. Problem is we adore both the boys so decided to keep one. But which one? If we remove the dominant rooster, will the other one take his place or will he always be the outcast? Or if we get rid of the beta one, will it calm things down in the coop, but will he be an outcast in a new situation because of his leg? We found a 'forever home' for one or both, but they are both lovable, sweet boys. Would the dominant one be able to fend for himself better in a new home or will the beta rooster get picked on and remain a lonely boy? HELP!!!! We are bouncing back and forth like pin balls and I am getting a headache.....Any suggestions???? PLEASE????