I have 2 roosters approx. 4 months apart in age (both under 1 year old). The older (Maurice) is a Wheaton Americauna and the younger (JuneBug - just starting to crow) is a Golden Lace Red Wyandotte. Maurice is loving the ladies a lot right now and fighting w/ JuneBug. I know this is normal behavior for the boys but, was wondering if it will mellow out in a while. We have 15 ladies to choose from so, it is not slim-pickens for the guys. They have a very large run (big enough for 3 horses to live comfortably) and a big hay barn converted into their coop. I know there is a chance Maurice will not want to share his ladies but was hoping maybe they's work it out. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you!