I went up to talk to the woman I got my eggs from today and she told me she found a dead chick in her pen this morning. She had all of the hens in the pen with the rooster because, despite my telling her they were probly fertile and developing, she didn't think they'd hatch. So now she has her hens in a seperate part of their pen but she could only locate 12 of the 13. So while I was there we wandered through their maze of trails in the tall brush and came upon the 13th on a nest. So her one roo on a nest became two roos on two nests. The one we found today cannot stay in that pen if his chicks are to survive so we're planning on moving him this Sunday. My question for you is will he realize his nest has been moved with him and set them in a different spot? they are fertile and I could feel half of them rocking, one was infertile and smelled horrible so we removed it. I've drawn a little picture of how her set up is and would like to know where you would put him? The pen marked #1 is where the hens are, the orange dots indicate where the roosters have their nests. and the curvey lines are the gates. The line across the bottom by the gate to the #1 pen is an error. Could we put the rooster in (#3 pen) with the other one thats on eggs? #2 pen is very over grown but I'm going to have at it with a machete so thats a possibility.