Hi all I've been loving my chicken experience since I started back in May this year. But today I was a little let down. I actually have two cockerels and at the moment they seem to be getting along fine. One is a few months younger than the other one and the younger one was introduced later on. The older one (Henry), he is a Braekel, decided to have a go at me today. I think it was because one of the hens had escaped from the run and I used a bit of greenery to coax her in the right direction whilst I was still in the run. Henry didn't like it and tried to attack me, I shouted at him and then stomped off to the gate to try and coax the hen in from outside. As I was leaving the pen and closing the gate, Henry was coming at me again. I closed the gate and shouted at him; Then I went to get my hen back in. If I can get behind her and just gentle talk to her she is fine and goes in, which is what she did. I went into the run after that to give them their afternoon yoghurt, but I was very wary of Henry. This time as I left the run I carried a stick with me just in case, but nothing happened. Now I am concered if this will continue to happen or was he just protecting his girl? I have a friend with the same type of cockerel and her's started attaking her through a similar situation, but now he hasn't stopped attacking her since and she is looking to rehome him. I guess I should just wait it out and see if he settles down, but I think he will pick up on my nervousness. This is the first time ever I have had this. I love all my chickens, I even increased my female flock size to improve the chances of the two males getting along in the same flock. They are always happy, healthy and contented, but today Henry really spoilt it. I shall remember not to gesticulate with any greenery near a chicken again! Any advice?