Chicken math has a mind of its own.... Any ways here my flock size that i need to lessen White leghorns 2 (1year old) Delewares 2 (1year old) Rhode island reds 3( 1year old) Golden sexlinks(comets) 2 (1year old) Barred rock plymouths 4(1year old) Easter eggers 2 (1 year old) Silver laced wyandottes 2(1year old) Buff op. 2(1year old) Brown leghorns 3(3 months old) Golden laced wyandottes 2(3months) New jersey giant 1 (3months) New hampshire reds2 (3months old) Bantams 6 (1month old) DUCKS Rouen 2(3 month olds) Perkins 3 (1 month olds) Cambell 1 (1 month old$ Now the ducks the perkins are going to be culled once they are big enough for meat. The cambell and the rouens will be left. On the chicken note all my layers are doing great so i dont really want to cull them but i might i suppose in october for the hens i dont care for like the buff they tend to be agressive when they are in a nesting box (3year old some times opens nest when they but the snot out of me i am not wanting to see what happens to her), that and the biggist hen a rhode island red who has bitten my husband and myself when she either rooster or got locked out of the coop and we try to help her in. But thats only six birds, now the bantams from what i read arent great layers so even through i really like them maybe i should get rid of them....i have two white/lavander chicks, one frizzled, one silky, and two unknown. At the same time i love the fact they are different but if the dont lay well and arent good meat birds the ideal of this wasnt for pets but for providing food so there goes six so i could keep the rhode she not as bad as the buffs she will squat to lucy unlike the buffs. So thats 11 birds that brings me down to 30 which is the most i want at a time so i can have a few turkeys (for dinner). But the problems is that i would be culling the yougest of the yearlings mmmm. My husband says as long as i dont go over fourty he doesnt care but the egg sales arent enough for that many birds so some have to go. I need the amount profit to equal the feed bill and my fridge cant handle that many eggs until they get sold so yeah. If this was your flock what would you do?