So we had this rooster who we had to seperate from the hens. He would attack them and draw blood. They were so freaked they would not leave there nest boxs. We tried everything free ranged him by himself for awhile put him with a different flock of hens same result. We even had to cage him for awhile as he would attack the kids if they came in the yard to feed the ducks. He was out with the ducks. I came to put feed out he was way across the yard. I had eggs in my hands. He blindsided me and started his attack I was screaming . I had nothen to defend myself with or nowhere to go. I threw the eggs at him by now i was bleeding and crying. He then jumped on my back i was hysterical by now. Hubby came runing i said thats it i cant take this anymore . Hubby took off after him with a pitch fork. Mean while blood was pouring out of my ankle i was shaking. I am not a fan of killing any animal unless to put on the table and had been raised for that. But he was just so mean and we tried everything . I can see this behavior if he was with a flock of hens he was in a yard that is a quarter acre of free range. We found out after we had purchased him and the flock he was a jungle fowl rooster. I am now on the couch with ice on my foot he put a hole in my ankle right over the tendent it hurts like crazy and bled like a stuck pig. I am sorry it came to this but i refuse to be afraid to go out and enjoy my hens and ducks. I have 5 other roosters that are sweet and mind there biz and do a wonderful job the ladies love them. My leason learned never turn your back on a mean animal.