Since they arrived, our rooster has been nothing but trouble for our now 9-wk old chicks. We have done everything right - we put them in a "toddler" room in the middle of the coop so our roo and chicken could see them & interact with them for several weeks. We moved them to a "teenager" room where the chicks could get out but the roo and hen couldn't get in. He paces aggressively in front of the "teenager" room & they chirp in fear and huddle. We moved to "free-ranging." Again, they can get in & out, but the roo can't get in. They spend so much of their time in this area that I had to go pick up a couple extra waterers. When they do come out, he chases them just the way he does other little birds that come into the yard - he's very territorial (he'll face down our Lab). He's cornered one chick and pecked it pretty badly before I intervened & rescued her. I can't get them to go into the coop at night - they huddle in the teenage room and go nuts & get panicky if I try to shoo them inside and he's there. I think they would gravitate towards our big girl, but he won't let them near her. Last night (and tonight) I put him in the garage instead of the coop. Is there anything else I should be doing?