I have 4 barred rock roos and 10 Columbian Wyandottes. I know the barred rocks are roos but I'm not sure which one of the Wyandottes is the male. I've noticed one of the Wyandottes seeming to challenge the Barred Rock. They come running towards each other, then stop, do a really machismo stance with their chests out and their wings back, puff out their feathers making them look twice as big. Sometimes they will kinda flog each other but, no one is ever hurt. Is this one particular Wyandotte chick's behavior consistant with a roo or is it just a thing that all chicks do regardless of gender? I really adore all my roos and want to keep them all. What are the chances that they will learn to live in peace? If not, when will I need to separate them? (please, please, please tell me they will all get along! ) Although my Wyandottes seem to be feathering out a bit faster than the barred rock, they seem to be very slow at getting their combs. Is this common for this breed?