I have a mating pair of Rouens and two Pekin drakes, almost a year old. They were a straight run and I got the worst possible combination. I separated the drakes from the mating Rouens a long time ago by putting up a fence between them in their run. I have been reading about how at this time of the year the males who don't have access to females can develop some serious health problems due to testosterone overload. I know that when I am cleaning out their runs and pools I have to keep them separated in the yard as well, or else the Pekin drakes will immediately run after the female Rouen and try to mate with her. I don't have enough room to get additional females for the Pekin drakes, and there is nowhere for me to separate them where they won't be able to hear one another. I am wondering if I should re-home any of them but I want to make sure that if they are re-homed, they won't end up on someone's dinner table. I imagine I would have better luck re-homing the Rouen pair, since they produce fertilized eggs, but Ella (the female) is the sweetest of the four of them and I would be reluctant to give her up. The Pekin drakes aren't particularly friendly, but they will let you pick them up briefly without much fuss. They have never been aggressive to me (only to one another). What is the best solution to this dilemma?