It depends.i believe I only have one silver laced Wyondotte Rooster, with 29 hens
Should I add another Rooster?
Why? I am not understanding why you say I should rethink my security?Everyone loves my Silver Laced Wyandotte hen the best because of her coloring. She is rather pretty. Nice bird, too. I imagine a SLW rooster would be even more colorful.
As already mentioned, you don't need a rooster for eggs, only for breeding. Some people like to keep a rooster for flock protection. I am thinking that if your rooster is in the position of having to defend the flock, you had better rethink your security for your birds.
Why? I am not understanding why you say I should rethink my security?
If you want a buff rooster, you can give it a try. I would personally wait until your pullets have come into lay. You don't want a mature, sexually driven rooster in with a flock of sexually immature pullets.He’s 4 months old and all the “ hens” are just pullets ranging from 5/7 weeks old. I just wanted them for eggs breeding and pets for now anyway , but I have ten buff Orpingtons and I really wanted a buff Rooster