He is 18 months old. Beautiful bird. A couple of weeks he went out there and was sitting on the roost. Didn't think much of it...and then he stood up and I saw why he was roosting mid day. As soon as he stood up the hens around him started pecking at his feet and they had his feet looking like hamburger they were so pecked up. I grabbed him and put him inside in a kennel, his broody blue cochin hen came to live with him so he wasn't alone and that kept him happy, she didn't bother his feet or I would not have put them together. His feet healed up and now they are growing new feathers. I go out there today to do some work mid day and he's on the roost. He stands up to move away from me and automatically the 2 hens on either side of him start pecking his feet...and they are all bloody again. It appears what is happening now is that they are pecking at the new feather growth that is blood filled because his actual feet were not burgered up like they were the first time they did this. Is there anything I can do for him to help him other then keep him in isolation where he is miserable? Are they picking at his new feather growth or is something else going on? Just this morning he was out breeding hens no problem, now he's sitting because his feet hurt from the pecking.