Hi! I have a problem with my two roos. (yes, two) They get along perfectly fine, and even sit next to each other on the roost. Sometimes there are a few squabbles but they would never dare to permanently injure each other. They are both 1 year and 1 month old. One is a polish (in my avatar) and I think he has some sort of disability. (he walks in a diagonal line, he cocks his tail to the side, and sometimes acts very strangely.) and the other is a Pavlovskaya. The problem? Hens. The Pavlovskaya (Palmer) is quite aggressive towards the hens while he mates, and does not seem to care whether she is protesting or not. The polish (Hats) is most of the time very nice with the hens and does his little roo dance before mating them, but occasionally he can get very...into it. But the biggest problem is, sometimes when one has a hen and is mating, the other will come over and start mating her at the same time! The hen usually makes some very disturbing or distressed noises when this occurs, and she wiggles free. I am planning on buying the hens saddles. Also, after one is done mating, the instant he is finished, while the hen is still dazed, the other will hop on desperately. And in rare cases, one roo will shove the other off. And even rarer than this, they will team up on a hen, and chase her around the coop while she looks terrified. Other than this, the two roos still seem to be like brothers. I have started to let the hens out of the coop, free ranging by themselves, so they can get away from the roosters, but whenever I let them back in, the roosters go nuts. I am moving into a new neighborhood soon, and I am thinking I will make a coop for the two roosters. Just them. Then I will have a separate coop for my hens. But for now, I have even ANOTHER issue. Two of my polish hens do NOT like to free range. They prefer to stay in the coop, where they are constantly harassed by the two roos. What can I do about this? Thank you for any advice you can give, Marie.