It's only taken 2 months but I chose cold day like this ( 1 below) to accomplish it! I have too many roos with my girls so I said enough is enough. I penned 3 roos together ( they get along great) took them out of commision for now. I have 4 breeder pens right now. Had to dig out all the seperate water bowls and food bowls-you know the kind that screw into the sides of the cages and can lift off to clean. I had to find 4 sets-bleached and set up. empty-clean-refill breeding pens with shavings and nest boxes-catch all birds pen #1 ( been set up for 7 weeks now) 1 lav silkie roo with 4 black bearded silkie girls pen #2 1 black standard cochin roo ( 12 lbs!!!) he's huge-8 months old-so sweet and calm love to be held and have belly rubs 1 black standard cochin hen 1 blue standard cochin hen this is the sweetest group- pen #3 3 WC black polish girls 1 frizzled birchen cochin roo pen #4 1 birchen cochin roo -he is also a lover 1 black bearded silkie hen 1 black frizzled cochin hen 1 black cochin hen the rest of the clan is just hanging out with my duck chuckie-he roams free inside the barn/garage with the chickens. I feel like I accomplished so much today-everyone got cleaned and put where Ive been dying to put them! I have a favorelle roo-standard black cochin roo ( he's 10lbs and hides from the favorelle because he's another lover not a fighter) and a buff silkie roo ( again not getting much action because the favorelle keeps a keen eye out) in with the other 15 hens that roam around-they dont fight at all I love it-It's so much quieter in there!