A question for my chicken parent friends... We recently adopted a young rooster into our very well mannered flock of 5 production red hens that don’t seem to have a specific pecking order. This was purely for another line of protection for our hens. We do have one hen that is a little more special than the rest (doesn’t fly and is often a little off balance/ can’t run very quickly). The rooster was integrating well with the hens until late last night when he started courting them (pecking the backs of their necks in attempts to mate). I knew to expect this, but when I went to open the coop this morning to let them out into the run, I found that my special hen (Ellie) had blood on her face. This morning, I noticed that he is way more aggressive toward her and she is very anxious to the point of constantly hiding in the corner of the run when he is out. I understand that roosters are meant to dominate the flock and show the girls who is boss, but this is a bit overkill to the point where my special hen can’t even relax in her own home because she is fearful of him. Does anyone have any insight on how to break his awful habit of attacking my little Ellie?