Hello all, This is my first post and i want to apologize in advance if my post is long. I have a concern about the males in my flock. Here is a little backstory: I have 10 females and 2 males in a 4x2 w/ a 2x2 extension, they are all coturnix but are mixed colors. I purchased them when they were about 6-10 weeks old. The males were smaller (presumably younger) than the females and were initially picked on by the females when we first brought them home. It's been about 1 month and the males got bigger and the females stopped picking on them. However, 1 of the males began to consistently pick on the other male. We assume it's a dominance thing, but it began to make the females restless. We decided to isolate the aggressive male from the rest of the flock and the flock seems to be more content with just the 1 passive male. After a week has passed, we reintroduced the aggressive male back to the flock, since the aggressive male kept calling for the flock and we felt bad that he was isolated. The males began to fight each other, causing the females to either flee, pick sides, or do nothing. I assumed they were going to settle down, but after a day, the males still pick on each other, the flock continues to be restless, and the number of laid eggs decreased (not sure it if means anything). We decided to isolate the aggressive male again. So my questions are, what should I do about the aggressive male? Should I reintroduce him to flock later on, or should I just cull him? Any insights or advice would be greatly appreciated!