GORGEOUS, gorgeous Bantams! Have really enjoyed seeing all the breeds diversity, and fine plumage! Here's our Old English Game Bantam to add to the list, "Sir Banty Bantsalot." His color is BBR x Quail colored. We purchased him full grown (a few weeks ago) to help protect our flock of RIR pullets from predators (we had some predator attacks). We really like his (so far) peaceful disposition and timid demeanor, but I worry about the day when our baby RIR cockeriels and new baby pullets will also go to the henhouse to live with the 39 older pullets and Sir Banty in some weeks- that there will be fighting. This little guy has HUGE spurs! He seems to run everywhere and have never seen him fly. Maybe the RIR cockeriels who will be bigger over time will become the new alpha? Will we need to somehow cut those spurs or separate him from the flock? Does anyone have suggestions for adding males to an existing flock (39 pullets plus Sir Banty)? Any thoughts?