So I have a very large coop/room for my birds. In here I keep three roosters which were all raised together (no hens). And they get along really well. I also have one other rooster kept in another barn. In the spring, I would like the let all of my roosters free range to help keep bugs down, etc. So how do I go about introducing this one rooster to the group of three? The coop with access to food and water, and exit/entry is the coop with the three roosters in it. So before I can let my roosters free range, the one rooster needs make this coop his home as well so he understands where to go for food, water and shelter. I was thinking of taking a nice wire cage and putting the new rooster in it and setting it in the coop with the other roosters and letting them get used to seeing each other before letting them be able to have any contact. Also, this new rooster is a bit smaller than the other three, which makes me extra nervous for him. Any ideas? Will it be safe to add the new rooster?