I have a plethora of little cockerels and roos running around my yard that I've promised my husband I'd re-home. 7, to be exact. I'm also trying to find good homes for older hens to make room in the coop for the new layers. Basically, I have too many chickens for coop space and no moola to build a new coop. All the little roos are making my hubby crazy. In addition, I'm trying to get started on a nice-quality flock of bantam cochins so they are going to live permanently in the old grow-out coop that is currently inhabited by the new layers while they wait for vacancies in the big coop. So the nice-quality chicks that are waiting for the grow-out coop are in a rubbermaid tub in my computer room.... they're now 12 weeks old and the crowing of the little cockerel in the house is adding to my hubby's insanity. So what did I do yesterday? I brought home an OEGB cock from the fair. I don't have any other OEGB's. Why did I do this??? Why can't I say no to more birds? So now I have an additional rooster in my house because there's nowhere for him to be isolated outside since both coops are full to the brim. And of course he's crowing LOUDLY. He's really friendly to the people, and my kids have been packing him all over the house. And even though we know it's not wise, the kids introduced him to the bantam cochin cockerel in the computer room and he tried to fight with the little guy. What the heck is wrong with me??? What in the world am I going to do with this new little rooster???