I currently have 5 girls that should begin to lay anyday now or with in a matter of weeks. I also have 3 roos. When I ordered from MPC I was supposed to recive all girls , anyway" my poor girls ",the roos will not leave them alone. My most sweetest girl Bernedette literally hides all the time and is so skittish when she does come out which is usually only when I come out there. And it is my most beautiful Easter Egger Roo that chases her, I mean as soon as he sees her out he jumps off the roost and chases her, I have to run him away from her. I went out last night to shut their door and low and behold she somehow managed to get in the brooder with my 5 wo chicks thankfully she has always been fond of the chicks from day one and did not hurt any of them. She really hates those boys chasing her, my other two roos another EE and a Buff Ophington get a hold of the girls too, not as much as my beautiful EE but they all are aggressive to the ladies ( grabbing them by their neck feathers and throwing them down) . The roos otherwise are sweet and friendly. I was wondering should I try to find a good home for two of them or all of them because I'm sure MPC sent me some more roos with my second order , or should I separate them? Will they be okay if they are in the same house with just chicken wire between them? Will it cause my roos to become aggressive? My roos are soo pretty and I love to hear them crow I have raised them and hate to get rid of them especially my prettiest roo. Somebody some opinions please.... and it's cold outside everybody needs heat.