I currently have 15 chickens, who all share a coop. I had a hen hatch out some chicks this past summer, and I decided to keep one of the roosters because I had grown very attached to him. The problem is that I already had a rooster, and he is as sweet as can be. Just not to my new rooster. They don't fight with each other, because my new rooster just runs away. Because it hasn't gone very well, I have been letting my new rooster live in the front of my tiny barn with my cats. I love both of my roosters to death, and re-homing one isn't really an option for me. (too attached to them) I ordered 10 pullets that will be here in May, and I have been considering making a Chicken Tractor so my new rooster can have his own flock. I really want a decent sized chicken tractor that I can hold 12 chickens in, and still be able to move it around so they get plenty of bugs and grass. My current flock free ranges, and they love it. So I would really love a chicken tractor that has an open bottomed run so they can pick through grass. That way I still get fresh good tasting eggs, and the flock in the chicken tractor will be just as happy as my flock that free ranges. I have tried everything from keeping the two roosters shut in the coop with the hens for a few days, to putting my new rooster in an area where they can see each other, but can't get to each other, and nothing is working. My older rooster Randy just refuses to share his lady's with another rooster. Does anyone have some pictures of your chicken tractors to give me some ideas? I really want one with a nice coop, and an open bottomed run so they have access to bugs and grass. Is it possible to build one like that? If not I may have to consider building them a coop with a nice sized run. The only thing I don't like about Plan B, is that they won't have access to fresh grass... So is it possible to build a chicken tractor big enough for 12 chickens, that I can still move around? (Maybe build it with handles on one end, and wheels on the other?) I have never had this problem before, and have never had to build a chicken tractor. Thanks for the help guys! P.S. I plan on started the chicken tractor in June when my new hens don't need to be in the brooder anymore. When they are 4 months old I will put my rooster into the chicken tractor with them.