About five months ago I got my very first chicks. They were only two days old and peeping and cute. Of the six bird I got, one died (idk how, I tried to save her/him, but s/he starved him/herself and died ), and two turned out to be boys. One of them started crowing and acting in charge. He wasn't too bad with the girls, occasional chasing and all that, but not too bad. The other male stayed in the background and GREW. At about four months old he was about twice the sized of the other birds and started seriously beating up the other birds (girls and boys). I now have him separated from the rest of the flock and all was calm, until yesterday. You see, upon realizing that I had a ratio of three girls to one boy, I decided to get three more hens to even things out. One Americuana, a silver-laced Wyandotte, and a golden laced Wyandotte. I got them as chicks and they are about three months old now. For a while now, the americuana has pecked the other two wyandottes and chased them, but not to a point where I gave it any serious thought. But the other day, the thought that she could be a he struck me like a lightning bolt. Sure enough, that bird had the pointy saddle feathers. No crowing yet, and I'm hoping against all odds that I'm mistaken, but it doesn't look good. All the birds except the giant cockerel are living together. However, I really don't know what to do. The older cockerel isn't being aggressive to the americuana, yet... I don't want to get rid of any of them, because they're good birds and I don't want them going into a stewpot. (No, I will not kill them, either.) Thoughts?