I teach, and as part of a science observation activity, my grade level bought a few dozen eggs and incubators, watched (some of) them hatch, and observed how the chicks behaved and grew for a couple of months. We found homes for most of them at the end of the school year, and I ended up keeping three. They're all healthy and well-behaved birds of uncertain lineage, and we'd happily keep them all except that it turns out that 2 of them are roosters, much to the chagrin of the neighbors who have heard them crow the last few mornings. (It's also against the law to keep roosters in the city limits of Tampa, so there's that.) So we're going to have to find new homes for the roosters, but we'd like to keep the hen and find another hen or two to rebuilt the flock. Any advice on how to do this? We have a potential new home for the boys, but we're open to other suggestions, and we don't want to do anything until we decide how many hens to get, where to get them, and how to introduce them to our remaining hen, who is extremely mild-mannered to the point that we're concerned that an aggressive bird may bully here. Any advice would be much appreciated.