We ended up with two silkie roos and 5 large breed gals, all exactly the same age, nearly 20 weeks. From day one, Boss Man acted like a roo. He was larger, more erect, and, well, kind of the boss. Onigiri was a spoiled and pampered little girl (we thought). She would peep loudly when cold, push under the others to get warm, was always at center of the bedtime huddle, and would push her way into the center of the food. Both grew into beautiful chickens. Boss Man is a partridge and Onigiri is white. Unfortunately, a couple of months ago, we realized Boss Man had a cross beak. We loved him and thought he was our only rooster, and we decided to keep him, and just not let any eggs hatch. Now, just two weeks ago, Onigiri started to look like a rooster and started to crow. Two roosters. Days ago, we noticed that Onigiri was really attacking two of the hens, pretty viciously. (Boss Man has always been kind to the hens, looking out for them, letting them eat first even though he has the cross beak). Now today, the two roos went at it. I came home from work, about 3:00 and they were circling and tussling and fighting. I went to the store and then to pick up the kids, and when we came home, Onigiri was bloody on the head. We cleaned HIM up, and agonized about what to do. First, we just put the two roos back in the coop for night time, but within seconds they were fighting again. Finally, we put Boss Man in the kids play house by himself for the night. My daughter is very attached to Onigiri, but is repelled by his violent treatment of the hens. Boss Man, partridge silkie roo Cross beak Gentle roo Protective (Maybe too protective? pecked my son's hand hard yesterday when he was trying to catch a hen) Bloodied Onigiri today Onigiri, white silkie roo Perfect formation Mean to hens What do we do????!!!!! We put Boss Man back in the coop! We couldn't stand it. Should we just let them fight it out and let one establish dominance no matter how bloody things get? Should we cull one? () Should we rehome one? (Personally, I am rooting for Boss Man.) This is the first time since owning chickens that I have felt so unsure of what to do. Opinions and advice please!