I currently have 4 dark brahmas, 1 hen and 3 roos, and 3 wild bantams, 1 hen and 2 roos. I got the brahmas first, they are around 4 months old if I had to guess. Someone gave me the banties, they were wild and hung out in trees. Don't know anything about them except they are not full grown. The person that gave them to me didn't know anything about them and didn't know they were roos. I know I'm going to have to "cull" by dark brahma roos and I had planned on doing the same with the bantams, cause I didn't think I really had any other choice. The guy at the feed store said people like them and said I could bring them to him. He didn't think they would be butchered, but pets. So I was going to do that today but when I let everyone out to clean the pen I was watching them and they are so cute. I can give them to him later when problems arise. If I had it to do over I think I would not have trimmed their wings, I would just let them loose in my yard. But I did trim their wings. How long do you think my little flock is going to remain in harmony? Everyone seems to be tolerant of each other so far, there was one fight but nobody got hurt. Sometimes the big ones chase the little ones but they don't bother to go far. Sometimes they all scratch together. The little bantie hen and one of the little roos seems to be an item. I am curious to see if I can keep a little roo in my yard. My neighbors don't care about my chickens, but I won't keep them after they get excessivly noisy. My long term plan is to cull the large roos, and get some biddies in Jan when the feed store gets them in. I have my choice of sexed biddies from several varieties of foul. I want SLW, BO, and light brahmas out of the list. I don't want my single brahma hen to be lonely, that's why I was planning on keeping the banty hen. My new plan is to keep all 3 banties until chaoes ensues, then I will get rid of the banty roos. I was thinking of taking just the one roo to the feed store and keeping the little banty couple for awhile. They are so cute, even if they are quite wild. Any thoughts about my plans or what I should expect?