We put fertile eggs under a broody hen and wouldn't you know it, of the four that hatched, I got 3 roosters. We're not allowed to keep roosters because of the crowing. I've found plenty of people willing to take and eat the guys, but no farm needs a rooster to go and live with them. Someone suggested that I caponize the guys and then they won't be able to mate and it will stop them from crowing. From what I've read about the process, it seems pretty formidable. Has anyone tried this? Is it worth the effort? Or should I just accept the fact that the little guys are headed for the stew pot?