Couple months ago, my wife wanted some Silkies to add to our existing flock. Never had any expirience with them before...never seen them before to be honest.(this chicken stuff is still kinda new). She saw some pictures of them on BYC and fell in love I think. Anyway, we found a local lady, and went to her house. There we were introduced to her pen of silkies. She told us they ere straight run and she had no idea what their sexes were. Think she had 25 or so. So we picked 6 and took em home. The lady we got them from said they were 2-3 weeks old. As of this morning...1 of them started crowing, and 2 others look just like him. So I'm guessing I got 3 boys, and 3 girls. In all...I have: 6 N.H. Red pullets 5 Barred Rock pullets 1 GL Wyandott pullet ...and our cock "Willie" is a GL Wyandott, and the 6 white Silkies(which as said earlier, are 3 boys and 3 girls). So far, everyone has been living in peace and harmony. All in the same coop, all free-ranging when I get home from work till about 7'ish and then they put themselves to bed. But the number of male silkies is concerning me. Should I get rid of a couple Silkie roos? Should I get rid of ALL the Silkie roos? Will my main rooster (Willie) have issues with the Silkie males if I keep them all?