Hi there! I have two roosters in my flock of 14. My RIR (Buck) is almost 2yrs old, and my White Plymouth Rock (Big T) is almost 1. The Big T is now taller than Buck and has started to challenge him. Last night when all of the hens had put themselves to bed in the coop at dusk, I noticed the roosters chasing each other around and fighting all over the backyard. When I went out, they were in the coop going at each other. I was able to get a hold of Big T, and get him away from Buck, and could see that they were both bloody on their Combs and Waddles from pecking each other. Buck has spurs that are almost 2" long... Big T's are just coming in at about 3/4".. and I didn't see any spur damage on Big T from the fight. I haven't been able to get a good look at Buck yet, but I separated Big T and he stayed in our garage last night. His bleeding stopped last night, but he looks a mess. (Doesn't help that he's white so the blood shows so easily) Should I clean him up before I send him back w/the flock? I know that since Spring is almost here (despite the snow falling again today)... they will challenge each other for the lead position. They are both really good Roos.. and both take really good care of their ladies... At what point should I be concerned, and potentially re-home one of the two?