Hello, I have an issue with a rooster from my coop. I know many people say that it is recommended to have one rooster in a coop, however I have 3. Now it's not all that bad, I have a large fatty blonde rooster that does absolutely nothing, one 'pimp' who is the main attraction for the ladies, and one smaller rooster. Pimp Blonde Hen Menace The smaller rooster used to be the pimp, until his fall in the pecking order, resulting in him having a raw comb/crown for a good while (I placed him in solitary until his comb healed a few weeks ago) and a dreary/depressed mood. He, however, seems to not like the change and will go off and peck the pimps hens, then the main rooster would go and run him off. This is where the main issue comes along. I started to notice that some of the hens' rear end (in front of the tail feathers but behind the wings) would be completely raw (no feathers and sometimes bleeding). As usual, i thought it was just from the roosters riding them, however it became very clear to me that something else was going on when one of my hens was killed. The reason? Her rear end was gushing blood. I then proceeded to but both the roosters (at this point I don't consider the blonde to be an issue) in solitary for a night, resulting in my hens to seem to be regrowing feathers. I then let the roosters out and before my very two eyes, I see the depressed/troubled rooster grab a beakful of feathers off my hens. At this point, I don't know whether to kill the menace rooster, the pimp, or wait and watch the blonde. I appreciate any and all answers or opinions on the matter. And I can upload images of the hens and roosters if it would help.