Dear BYC-ers. We really need your help. We're building our first flock and had the worst luck with our original batch of chicks - 7 out of 8 were boys. We found good homes for 5 of the boys, and we currently have 2 cockerels and 1 pullet that are 12 week olds in a spacious coop and run (that the neighbors are calling Fort Cluck, because I went a little nuts with the predator proofing.) Then because we needed girls, we bought 8 sexed pullets from our nearby feed store. As of last weekend, the 7 week olds and are living in our chicken tractor, which they like better than a brooder, but a couple of the girls get a little cranky. They can see each other now and the dominant cockerel even makes funny little meowing(?) sounds. Their size difference is significant. How and when would you integrate them? Other facts -- this is a rainbow flock, with lots of different breeds. 12 week olds: Dominant boy - Black Copper Marans; Other boy - Easter Egger; Girl - Black Copper Marans 7 week old pullets: Delaware, Golden Sexlink (bossy), 2 Speckled Sussex, Cuckoo Maran, Dominique, Welsummer (runt/bantam?), Andalusian Thanks in advance!