Hi all! Part 1: I have 4 EEs at 21 weeks (eh-em still no eggs) one of which is a roo. Then I have 2 (1 EE, 1SLW) at 13 weeks. I have done the quarantine, keeping them seperate but visible, slow intro thing. They have now been sleeping in the coop for two weeks but I have to run out 1st thing in the morning to let them out because I'm afraid my roo will attack them. It seems like the girls are getting used to them with a little chasing and pecking still going on but the roo has gotten worse! He terrorizes them any chance he gets. This morning he chased the little EE under the car, herSLW sister joined her out of solidarity but he continued to stalk them until I locked him up. Is there anyway to intergrate them and keep them safe other than this constant chasing? Am I intervening too much? Is he really out to get them or is this normal? Part2: I do have another home lined up for this roo with ChickaD as soon as she gets back from a vacation. In his defense he is mostly very mellow and lets my small children hold him. I never planned to have a roo and would like to give the girls more space. So as an experiment I kept him locked up for part of the day last weekend while the girls were out. They ended up far across a neighbors yard perched up in a tree! While I do have to herd them a little to stay in our yard, they have never gone this far before! Does having a roo keep them from wandering or was it just because I didn't catch them in time? I could really use some advice here...I am new to all of this! Thanks!