I ordered 12 "Iowa Blues" from Welp Hatchery, 10 pullets and 2 cockerels. I ordered these through our local Bomggars and had the cockerels sexed. I gave my daughter all but 2, one pullet and one of the cockerels. I ended up with a beautiful Iowa Blue cockerel and a gorgeous Crevecoeur cockerel (both 12 weeks old). I do not want to rehome either of them as I have had them since they were 3 days old. I have a small flock of 11 pullets. I promised myself when I retired I would get chickens for a hobby. I have 2 Barred Rocks (19 weeks old), a Russian Orleff, a Rhode Island Red, a Welsummer, a California White and 3 different color Ameraucanas (17 weeks old), and a Speckled Sussex and a ? Little Red Hen ? who are 11 weeks old. They have a beautiful chicken house my wonderful husband built and can "free range" in an enclosed area (50' x 50') in our backyard. I also have a covered, heavy duty kennel (16' x 16') for them that I use when I am not home at night to lock them up. We live in a rural area with lots of raccoons, coyotes, badgers, foxes, etc. so the covered kennel is a necessity to keep my chickens safe. My question is, can I keep both of my roosters? So far they get along fine but I know they are still young. My daughter has chickens and she had 2 roosters that were brothers and they never had any problems. (A predator got one of them when they were 3 years old.) Any and all comments welcome! I have lots of questions lol.