I posted today asking for pictures of roos for models for our weathervane. The response was fantastic--gorgeous roos all. But something about those little sebrights really tug at me. They are so gosh darn, well they are just perky! We are going to get chicks in the spring. I was going to order from a hatchery until I started reading about hatchery problems but if I get chicks from individual breeders for each breed they will all be slightly different ages and that sounds like a nightmare to a first time chicken farmer. I'd love to have a little sebright in with the big girls. I'd like to have several different breeds of chickens but just have one rooster to breed the breed of choice. Not to be stupid but would a sebright be able to fertilize an egg with a big girl, like a silver laced wyandotte or a buff orpington or a marans? I was thinking I could have one roo of the breed that we want to propagate and only hatch chicks from the matching hen. Does this make sense?