I posted last week asking for opinions on the gender of my two 7-week old chicks. One is a white easter egger and the other is a buff orpington. The answers were pretty much split 50-50 on the easter egger, but everyone thought the orpington was female. Well, this morning the easter egger started crowing up a storm. I am so bummed, as I have to rehome him--no roosters allowed in my town. I have two older chickens that are 2 years old, and I've been integrating the younger two successfully with them. They have all been in the same coop and run for about a week and there's no pecking going on at all. The two younger ones and two older ones completely avoid each other, though. When the older ones are outside, the younger ones are inside, and vice-versa. I'm trying to figure out what to do with the one younger one to make it easier for her when I remove the easter egger. I have to do it soon because he's making a lot of noise. I'm afraid she will continue avoiding the older hens and will be lonely. Is that a problem? Will she eventually not run away from the older ones? Does anyone have any advice???