I'm a little sad, as we've had him almost 2 years now. We got a pair, Bonnie and Clyde. Last fall we gave Bonnie and 7 babies away to someone who had much more room for them than we do. We kept Clyde and another roo, Rudy. They pretty much took care of themselves, and each other, through the winter. Recently we added a Barred Rock roo and a red hen of dubious breeding. The Barred Rock seems a little young to know how to be a rooster, but Rudy is stepping up. So we are doing a little juggling of roommates and *managing our flock* like the forum title says. The best thing right now is to give Clyde to the same person that has Bonnie, let Rudy take over the role of Alpha, and let the Rock just 'be' until he proves himself one way or another. Clyde is a very good rooster and we believe he trained Rudy well. Thing is, Clyde is....well...a bully. He considers himself the boss out there and picks fights with everyone. It is in his nature, being a Game rooster, but there is no place here for bloody chickens, so he has to go. By the way, he is not human-aggressive - just don't like other guy birds. I'm just venting a little. I know this is best for him (he won't be killed) and best for us (no fights) and best for the rest of the flock (no stress looking over their shoulders for him anymore). Plus, I can go see him whenever I want, and if we decide we want another Game, they're just a phone call away.