On May 8 I went to pick up some Silver Sebrights. Much to the chagrin of my wife, the gentleman who had them for sale also had some newly hatched White Leghorns so I ended up with 5 of them as well as the SS chicks. As the WLs matured I found myself with 2 roos and 3 hens. I am pretty sure that 2 roos for 3 hens is a bit too much but I am too new to chickens to be sure. My goal is to increase the size of the WL flock so I do need some roos around. If one of them is to sire the offspring of the flock I would prefer it to be the better behaved of the 2 but from my reading here it sounds like roosters have a change in attitude when they reach a year old or so. I could rehome one of the roos but with my luck I'd end up losing the remaining roo to a predator. I've even thought about keeping one roo separate until some clutches are hatched and then allowing the other roo to fertilize a second clutch or two. That would keep some diversity in the genetics of the birds. Just looking for some thoughts or opinions. My eventual plans are to make capons out of roos that I get in the future.