I am… Your father! Many make the mistake of mixing new chickens with those already in the henhouse. If you don’t want to see your chickens go through hell, I strongly advise against it. To avoid this, there is a simple trick. For example, here. I just bought 1 cock and 2 chickens. They’re silver braekels. First of all, never mix chickens that don’t know each other. Find a way to separate them for at least 15 days. In my case, for the three new ones, I have no choice but to place them in the henhouse next door. From there, it all begins. During these 15 days, my chickens and the 3 new ones, will be in contact from morning to night through a fence or as here, 1 net. Now they are in freedom on a deliberately narrow course. A way of forcing them to be together. They’ll definitely look for each other and peck each other. Even the rooster here is trying to defend his two chickens. But all this is nothing compared to what would happen if they were settled together. So don’t worry about it. It is important that they see each other from morning to evening. De plus, ils doivent manger ensemble et surtout au même moment. If there are any disputes between them, never interfere, let it happen. Everything happens over time. Whether or not you have 1 rooster on one side or the other, does not change the way things are done. However, I advise you 1 rooster for 6 to 12 hens, to avoid any conflict between the roosters. After a good week, they got to know each other and the calm takes place on both sides. But beware, it’s misleading. Do not rush to assemble them. That would be a mistake, because in that case, we would have to start all over again. Take all your time and you will be a winner. To bring them ever closer together, I offer them food directly on the ground like wheat, salad, table scraps and why not, freshly mowed grass. That’s it, two weeks have passed, it’s time for them to get together. I start by removing the separation, the rest will be done on its own. They will mix naturally. Each of them now knows his place in the hierarchy. They will naturally and fearlessly visit the neighbour’s henhouse. On occasion, eat what’s in it. If there is a conflict, they will be short and brief. Sure, don’t worry about the three new ones. If I want to see them all sleeping in the same henhouse afterwards, I delete one of them, automatically, they will gather in the same remaining henhouse. That’s it, if you want to buy new chickens, Remember never to introduce them with what you already have at home. Finally, if you have two roosters who can’t hear each other anymore, that happens sometimes. Proceed in the same way but this time, separate the 2 roosters at least 4 weeks It works almost all the time. I hope this film has helped you a little. Thank you and see you soon for more videos. I know, I’ll end up on a plate.