Right now I have: 3 Golden Comet Hens 1 Barred Rock Hen 2 EE Hens 1 Hatchery Quality BO 1 Silkie Hen 1 Jersey Giant Hen 2 Cuckoo Maran Pullets 1 Cornish X Hen (NOT on purpose!) 1 Partridge Rock Hen 2 Ancona Roos 1 BR Roo 1 EE Roo Let me be clear, I don't want to kill any of them, just rehome. I am giving them all until spring to see how everyone will lay and mature. I know I probably have too many roos, but I would only be willing to part with one. I want to rehome the ones I find undesirable, but I'm not sure how to judge that. I have a hard time getting rid of anything. I think that its cruel to break them up from their friends or brothers and sister, plus I don't know how the next person will treat them. How do I change this mindset? Right now, the Golden Comets are very pushy and I don't think the BO is even laying (when I bought her, they said she was.) One of the EE's is cleanfaced and laying white eggs with a little touch of green sheen when you get them in the light just right. The little anconas are super agressive to the hens and I kind of want to get rid of one of them, but have a hard time splitting them up. Only about 5 of them were chicks when I got them, and I would like to raise chicks istead of buying them from someone else.