I have a 14 1/2 week old Blue Andalusian roo "Spunky" ( supposed to be pullet) that I ordered from MPC as a baby. He is definately coming into his "manhood", even has begun mating with some of the other pullets. My problem is, lately, he has began challenging me and my family. At first it was just my daughters, 7 and 10. He never actually charged them, but I could tell he was going to. I thought maybe it was because he has the hormones going, and feels no fear from them, since they don't deal with him that much. However, just yesterday, he charged me twice! It's always when I have my back turned, but keeping and eye on him. The first time, I kicked him square in the chest, then chased him a little. He never made contact with me, since I knew he was coming.That made him back off, and he left me alone for awhile. Then later that day, he did it again. This time I caught him before he got too close. I swung my foot at him, and grabbed a hunk of dirt, and threw it at him- while yelling of course. That made him back off again, but I can see he is considering coming after me, even when he backs off. I can walk around the yard with him in it, and it's not like he immediately goes after me. Sometimes he doesn't even bother me at all. It is usually when I am in there for awhile doing something. Is this something he may grow out of, kind of like testing the waters with the humans, or is he most likely going to get worse? **For reference, I also have 4 other pullets, and one female Pekin duck all 14 1/2 weeks old, that he was raised with, 3 hens 2 years old, and 1 roo 1 1/2 year old. He does not fight with any of the other hens or even the roo. The other roo is actually the peace keeper, and Spunky seems to respects and listens to him, as of now. They all free range together.