This spring I accidently got two cockerals. I already had a rooster.He is about 6 years,and it's not his first rodeo with other roosters. Back when we had restarted our flock with him and a few other pullets,on went broody.She hatched about 4 chicks none made it.The two that did make it for up until about 6 months were a pullet and a cockeral.Once the cockeral reached his mating age,his father the rooster got bulked up.He was stopping at nothing to kill his own son.He adventually banished his son into one part of the yard,and when his father was ready to go to that part,he must vanish quickly.Oh and also,his father had spurred his eye out.Finally I just left the poor guy forgetting about what would happen if he was put in the pen,and well I had left him the pen locked up.I went outside and I had found his son,in tater and mud with a broken neck and both eyes swelled up,and were bleeding.I knew what had happen.His father had took him out.I was forced to shoot his son.He knew that was his blood,but he still could not let him on his territory,because before this brutal death,his son did step and began fighting his father,realizing that was his only choice or get kicked out of his territory.So,his father was pushed with that one choice,and he killed him.I am stuck right back with two cockerals,and one rooster. These guys are big,but would never dare challenge the lead rooster.But lead guy still attacks them.And I'm afraid he will kill them.He is at the point where since the roos will not stop mating,and fight the hens,he is chasing them off.Now we must leave them out of the pen,unless they are free ranging.they know lead roo is more perhaps to win a fight,becuase of his spurs. I would hate for to have to give anyone away.