We had (until this past weekend) 5 roosters and 8 hens - I know, the ratio was way wrong, but we were supposed to have gotten 3 roos and 8 hens - and were going to remove two roos after deciding which one we liked best. Anyway, late last week I noticed that most of the hens had small bald spots on their backs (they are all almost 8 months old), some bigger than others. I immediately assumed that this was due to the roos doing their thing - especially with so many of them. So, this weekend we removed three roos. We kept the most well mannered roo and one that my daughter has claimed. I also just noticed today that a couple of the hens backs are REALLY bare. From the base of the upper tail feathers towards the head close to 5 or 6 inches and about the same from side to side. They are covering most of this up with their wings, so I didn't know it was that bad until I picked them up and checked them. Is there anything I should do for them at this point other than wait to see how they do with the lower roo population? One of them had a spot that looked like it had been a gash about the size of a dime, but seems to have a fairly firm scab over it. I didn't see any other wounds, just the missing feathers. Any recommendations or ideas would be helpful. Thanks!