I'm thinking of keeping three roosters with a total of ten to fifteen hens. I'm wanting experienced feedback on whether this set-up is likely to cause problems, and any considerations I should take into account. Here's how it would look: One silkie rooster (currently fully mature) with three to four silkie hens. They would be cooped separately (the hens are frequently broody and get cooped alone in "nurseries" when they are--the rooster is cooped with whatever hens are not currently broody or raising babies), but free range with everyone on most days. One RIR rooster (currently immature) and one barred rock rooster (currently a chick--I'm just assuming I will get at least one roo out of the batch). They would be cooped together, along with two easter egger hens, one buff orpington hen, and several barred rock hens, and free range during the day. I also have a breeding pen, where I will sometimes separate one of the roosters & some hens for when I want either purebred BRs or black sex links. Any thoughts or concerns? I'm an experienced fowl keeper (quail and ducks), and have had a tiny flock of silkies for a couple of years. This is my first year with a full-size chicken flock, so I appreciate the help! Thanks.