I have a great flock with about 15 hens and one rooster that is 6 months old. He is gentle with the hens and has been fertilizing eggs. A few weeks ago I bought a small flock of cream legbars. The rooster is less than a year old, bit older than my other rooster. Both flocks are separated and the roosters are not fighting with each other. I've been watching the CCL rooster interact with hens. He does not seem very competent to me. He will get a hen to come over to him, stand on her back, and then not do anything. He seems to give up before he's finished the job. Is this normal for a younger rooster? Will he learn or should I cull him now and get a better rooster? Then hens are all older than he is, so I think that could be part of the issue. The woman that owned them before me said she incubated 20 eggs and only 4 of them hatched. I suspect it was a fertility issue (but could have been incubator error as well). Thanks in advance!