Hello all. Just wanted to ask a quick question. If you look at our other threads you will notice that we got five chicks and all, yes all, of them were roosters. We basically had a bachelor pad for a while until the two Brahmas got a little big. We were lucky enough to find a new caring home for the two Brahmas which left us with two white leghorns and another breed. It started off OK, the three got along nicely but over the last week one of the leghorns has been banished to the coop while the other two have no problems with hanging out together in the outside bit of our coop. It doesn't help any that the banished one is my favourite... Don't tell the other two. So I am thinking of looking for a new home for the other two. The plot thickens in that our neighbours recently popped to Tractor Supply and asked for three chicks, the minimum they could take was six and their coop in all honesty can't take seven chickens as they have one adult hen currently. So I am thinking of asking if we can have three of their ladies to go with my favourite Roo, he doesn't mind being carried around and is much more gentle than the other two. The thing is though, the ladies are still quite young at the moment so my questions are, firstly, at how many weeks could they be introduced to my rooster in his coop? Secondly, how would we do it? And thirdly, should I find new homes for the other two roosters, would the poor chap be OK for a month or two on his own? Thanks all for the help!