Hello, when one of my hens became broody, my kids convinced me to get three chicks to make her happy. I ended up with a straight run and two grew up to be roosters. They’re about seven months old now and crow back and forth nonstop. They get along with each other as brothers and rarely wrestle, but one is obviously dominant. With two acres, they choose to spend all their time a few feet apart, trying to outcrow the other. This has become upsetting to my husband. The alpha rooster has also now begun jumping on my hens, which the ladies do not appreciate. The hens get very upset and fight with him. When this happens, the two roosters then gang up and attack the hen. I am thinking about getting rid of one of the roosters or both. My hope is that with one rooster, he will stop trying to show off to the other and become nicer to the hens. What do you think? Should I get rid of both or just one? If I keep one, will the dominant rooster make a better rooster to keep for my flock or the other one? Thank you!