We have everything listed in the signiture line below... Hens such as leghorn, new hampshire red, sex links, barred rocks... We have them for high production of large eggs... After adding a few more when we decide on them we intend to stop buying and just breed our flock out for generations... (Assuming a predetor doesnt thin em out too much) ... The problem is the roosters I like are generally large docile breeds such as our current buff brahma... Very large, very docile... But buff brahmas are avg layers of medium eggs... Every 2 years or so i intend to swap out the rooster for another to make sure we arent hatching inbreds... But roosters from high production breeds of large egg layers tend to be angry non friendly roosters... Doesnt sit well with my young children... My question is will future generations egg production go down because the rooster is a average egg breed or will the high production of the hens keep everything going as planned???