Hi I am loving our new venture into backyard chickens but I am not sure what to do. I have 2 roosters that are just over 3 months old -hatched and grown up together, 15 hens that are maybe 1-1.5 months old, and 21 -3 week old hens. I am finishing up the coop and decided to move the older chickens in(roosters and older hens). They've been in our garage until now and I feel bad about it. The roosters have been loose most of the time and the hens have been in a baby gated area. On occasion the roos would get in with the hens but they didn't seem to bother them. Today I put them in the coop together and the roos were attacking the hens by biting and holding on to their tail area. Because the attacks wouldn't stop, I moved the roos' cage into the coop and put them in it while I'm not out there but then they started fighting. Does any of this make sense? Am I trying to move them in together too prematurely? Should I keep trying while I'm out there but separate them when I'm not? Is it possible to keep two roos together? I thought having so many hens would keep each of them happy but we haven't gotten to that point yet. I'm looking for advice on moving them in together and what to do about the roos. Also, when and how would be good for moving in the youngest set of chicks once it warms up a bit more and they are a little older? Thanks so much!!!