They're both a pain in the rear!!! I only have two baby roos right now, since DH culled the other cornish X cockerels for me. Rosie the Turken - decided it was great fun to bite my foot yesterday. First time I gave him a pass, thinking he was mistaking my bare foot for food. Second time he went into Grit's rooster reform school. I have reminded him repeatedly what happened to the Cornish Xs. It could happen to him too. Ollie the Cornish X roo - Not a problem for humans, but he's driving the pullets crazy. I could probably put up with his nonsense, if it weren't for the fact that he's clueless about what he's doing. Also, too big. He grabs ahold of the pullet's neck, to get in the mating position, but then can't climb aboard. So what we end up with is a screaming pullet being held in place by Godzilla! Roos and teenage boys - both should be locked up until the recover from testosterone poisoning.