right now they are in two separate plastic containers with heat lamps. The first container has 20 chickens and the other one has 11 because they are a week apart in age. The older ones are a week and one day old and the others are two days old. I'm quickly running out of space! We have 11 RIR, 10 Delawares, and the other 5 are roosters that I have no idea what breed they are because they were sent as extras for warmth. So, I have a couple of questions: - As these chicks grow, what would be the ideal thing to use as a brooder? They are going to outgrow these plastic totes pretty soon I'm afraid and being January I don't know where I could find a large enough kiddy pool to stick them in. - About how old can they be before we put them all in the coop? It's still chilly here and probably won't get to be decent until maybe March.... - What to do with the extra roosters? They are really cute, and I've asked around to see if anyone needs/wants one, but I'm not having luck. I had ordered two roosters with my original order, but I don't think I need seven. Won't the roosters end up killing each other being that there are so many? I'm trying to brainstorm a way I can care for these little guys until they are old enough to cull for food...without having them kill each other.