One of my hens had 4 chicks last May and 2 are males. Our existing rooster has maintained his alpha status and the 2 younger roos stick together and so far just get run off of the food and water until the flock has finished. Today, though, 1 of the roos had a bloody neck and we assumed he got attacked by the alpha roo but I've never seen either act that aggressively. I'm wondering if the young roo tried to assert himself, idk, but clearly it's not going to work out and both the young roos should go. Thing is, nobody wants roos. I was hoping they'd all get along. I have 11 hens. The blood scared the children but he was acting fine so I think it's probably from his waddle and he's white so it's very shocking. He wasn't hand raised so I can't get near him to inspect. I was going to separate him tonight but my 2nd coop isn't predator proof so they're all in the coop together and I figure I'll separate the injured one out in the morning.