I have three flocks & three chicken coops. Well, before the third flock came I had two flocks DA!! The two flocks consist of 10 hens living in their coop & 16 hens & one room living in their coop. I free range them so the one roo has 26 girlfriends. He really likes the flock with 10 older hens better than the 16 he lives with but every evening he makes sure the 10 hens are in their coop & then he goes to his house with the 16 hens. Well, I built another coop & hatched the eggs from the 26 & had a bunch of cockerels but got rid of all of them but two. The two new cockerels live with 16 pullets. I'm wanting to have a roo in every coop. Not sure if my plan will work. Here's the plan, take the original roo & move him to the coop with the 10 older hens which he likes the best . Add one of the new boys to the middle aged hens coop & leave the other cockerel with his original flock. My biggest concern is the original roo is gonna freak out because his old flock of hens will have a new roo living with them. The original roo is for sure the king of all the flocks. Am I fixing to start WWIII ? I've been free ranging all of them everyday & they all pretty much hang as three different flocks but the original roo still controls his 26 girlfreinds as usual. Anybody, ever done this ?