So I have some girls that are getting very close to point of lay, next couple weeks I hope! But the plan is to hatch out some eggs, either by broody or incubator this fall to increase some numbers. So hopefully I will have about double the amount of pullets that I have already. Since these will be mutt chicks, I decided that I wanted a pretty rooster, instead of my boring Red Comet roosters that I plan on taking to the swap meet on Saturday to get rid of, they sold for $2.50 each two weekends ago in the rain, so I'm hoping to make a couple bucks off each one, but I will be more than happy to give them away if no one wants to pay. So anyways, I have a friend that didn't have any roosters after stewing the last of the over-eager evil roosters, and he picked up three a little over a month ago. They have been quarantined together, with no sign of illness, mites, etc. Well anyways, he has a rooster that gets picked on pretty bad, and was afraid the other two would kill him and separated him from the other two, but obviously, was concerned about integrating him with the flock and the two other roosters, so he said that I could just take him. So now I have a much prettier rooster, but I need to know if I need to quarantine him another month, or would it be safe to add him to the flock? When adding him, what should I watch for? Assuming that I can add him before this weekend, what will happen with three younger (16 week) roosters? This is him hanging out in the quarantine area at home AKA the dog kennel and a shed. I'm guessing he is a wyandotte crossed with??? and he is HUGE!