I always thought that no two male roosters could live together because they'd fight to the death. Apparently that must be a myth because I was talking to my mother's health aide (from an appropriate distance of 6 feet mind you) and she takes in unwanted roosters. She has about eight roosters right now. They all roost in the coop at night on wooden sticks that go straight across so no one is sitting higher than the other. She calls it the rooster bachelor pad. She takes them from people who don't want to cull the roosters, but also don't want to keep them. So why aren't they fighting? Is it because there are no hens around?