Ok so I know I’ve heard people say you can only have so many roosters to hens. What if you have bantams roosters in a mixed flock of sizes? What have you noticed work? And what do you guys think... First I guess I should tell you I have 9 females, five are about 3 years old because a family couldn’t take care of them. And 4 adults are a little over a year, we already had from chicks. After a few months of the two older groups getting along, chick season happened at tractor supply... And.. So about 3 months ago my mom and I got carried away with buying chicks. The first two batches we got mixed bantams from the store, that put the chick count at 6 bantams than we got 7 regular sized. I can list down the breeds latter. At a month we started to put all of them together, the chicks and the adults. And I know what some people are thinking... that’s not a good idea but the adult females took to them. We monitored them at first at about two and a half months we noticed some traits from two where male. The adults even treated them differently a week or so latter we noticed two more possible males. At 3 months and a week two where full crowing and one was starting anther we’re still not sure. So the 3 for sure and 1 possible males I know of are all bantams. so far they all get along and it almost seems like the boys talk to each other while there rounding the girls. they actually move them in packs one will be at the head one in back and two in the sides and you hear communication because they repeat each other’s squawks until all four know each others location. There was even a moment where I was holding one of the confirmed males in my hand. Brought him into the house to wash his head (white crested polish) I started heading to the back, as I was rounding the corner and saw the other males (Sebright) let out this crazy dinosaur squawk scream the polish I was holding made exactly that same sound. So I let the polish down and he ran clear across the yard to the Sebright. They didn’t bump chests they just weirdly waited together till the other male Sebright and silkie joined. No like they stood in a cereal faced each other and went to four different groups. 5 minutes all 4 gathered all the girls adult and young chicks and they all walked into there outside inclosure. At this point they seem like they all work together well. I’m just curious from other people’s opinions is it possible to keep all of them?