We have a small backyard garden with chicken coop. The coop is large enough for 6. We had 4 hens that were not getting along great, it looked like one was broody, so the feed store said to slip baby chicks under her. So then we had 6. But the others kept picking on the broody one (now momma), so we got a second coop for momma & babies. The coops are side by side. I realize today that one of the babies is a rooster (oops, sorry neighbors). I understand that roosters keep the peace between the hens. Should I just put the momma & babies back in with the others for the winter & let the rooster do his job? Or get rid of the rooster??