We recommend a ratio of one (1) rooster to every ten (10) hens in a flock. Roosters are protective of their space and hens so keeping multiple roosters with a small number of hens can lead to fighting and injury. If you are interested in adding an additional rooster or roosters to your coop space, click here to read our helpful tips and tricks on keeping multiple roosters in a flock.
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- How Do I Tell Which Hen Is Laying Which Egg?
- When Will My Hens Begin Laying?
- What Is Fibromelanosis In Chickens?
- How Quickly Will My Laying Hens Slow Down Egg Production?
- What types of chickens have 5 toes?
- Male to Female Ratio
- What Meyer Hatchery breeds are hybrids?
- Do you have this hybrid? Equivalents to other hatchery hybrids
- Do you carry the ISA Brown and other sex-linked hybrids?
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