In April, myself and 2 others ordered a specialty breed package of 25 chicks from Rochester Hatchery in Alberta. Out of the 25, I took 8. At first I thought I had 3 roosters...and found them a home. And then I discovered another rooster...and found "her" a home. Now, out of the 8 chickens, I have 2 Dark Brahma cockerels, 1 Australorp pullet, and 1 Americaunus pullet. These 4 are 18 weeks old. Locally, I purchased 2 pullets...and they are now 11 weeks old. I will never order from a hatchery that does not sex its chickens again....the other 2 people also ended up with more roosters than hens - personally, I think the hatchery found a way of getting rid of their roosters while making a profit. Since I raised all of these birds as pets, they are incredibly tame...and this whole experience has broken my heart. Giving them away was horrible...and finding no-kill coops was hard! Now...I don't know what to do. It's almost time to merge the two 11 week old pullets with the rest of the flock. The two Dark Brahma cockerels are huge compared to the two pullets of the same age - & the two 11-week old chicks. Can I realistically have 2 roosters with only 4 hens...? Will the hens be tortured? Will the roosters be miserable? Will it cause them to act out more aggressively than normal? They were raised with the 2 pullets of their age...so, they've each claimed one pullet each. Will the two young pullets be excessively picked on...?? Should I attempt to merge the birds? I'm new at all of this! Can you tell? I love these birds...all 6 of them...but am I being crazy to think that 2 roosters and 4 hens in one coop will work? Any advice would be appreciated... Thank you!