We have an accidental rooster. We didn't plan on having one, but we do, and he has been lovely. He is nearing a year old, and he comes when called, eats out of our hands, lets my kids pick him up. He also takes really good care of the ladies when they are free ranging. Well, this weekend, he started attacking my DH. Flying at him, legs up, wings beating, anger attacking. I walked down to barn wearing DH's shoes and Roo went crazy about the shoes, attacking them, flying at them. I kicked them off and he landed on them and beat them up. The thing is, I have three young kids, and I operate a childcare. I cannot have an aggressive roo. We crated him in the coop yesterday morning, and he is still there today. He seems perplexed by this, is not being aggressive when we reach in to feed and water him. The ladies, of course, are all cooing around their man, wondering why he isn't coming out to play. Is there anything I can do? We are not opposed to culling him and sending him to rotisserie camp, but if we can save him, he is so pretty and was so nice until Saturday.