So hens and roos hatch at a 50/50 ratio, but I always hear roos don't do well unless it is at least 10 hens per roo. How does that happen in nature? I know chickens don't really exist in nature, at least I didn't see the episode of National Geographic with the great flocks of chickens migrating over the savanah, but without intervention from the stew pot do the roosters really kill that many of each other off to create that 10/1 ratio? Or do the wussy roosters go live by themselves? Just wondering.