I have 10 hens, several different breeds, and 1 rooster. I've been thinking about hatching chicks next spring. I realize that they will be mongrel chickens. Let's call them hybrid. I am fine with that. That got me thinking about the year after. After the first year, suddenly all my chickens will be related to each other. So if I only kept pullets and got rid of the male chicks, then I would have father-daughter matches with my second generation. This bugs me. I'm new to all this and not a farm girl, so maybe I don't understand how the world works. Is the easiest way out of this dilemma to order in fertilized eggs for a broody hen to hatch? Or replace your rooster? Or just relax a little about the inbreeding thing? What is your best advice to a city girl who lives in the country?