My neighbor has a rooster (buff minorca, i think) who she does not pen, so he hops over to my side of the fence and "plays" with my hens and pullets. My pullets and bantams are getting hurt by him (one has a tragic-looking limp) and when I grabbed him to toss him back over the fence again, I noticed black spots all over his comb and wattles. I grabbed a space cage and put him inside with a food bowl and water (mine, the neighbor does not give these things to him). Today, he is let out of the cage and in my yard again. Neighbor is out of town until work...which she does for long long hours. What can I do to treat this wayward roo AND prevantatively MY flock? I know he is lonely and hungry and that is why he jumps the fence. I am on otherwise good terms with this neighbor. Please help me! I know this post might be in the wrong place...but preventative care is vitally important to me in this issue. My flock is free range and layer crumble oyster shell available at all times, ACV in water once weekly, fresh water twice daily or if they've run out, then more. They are locked up at night, and the wayward roo is tossed back to his side of the fence at least three times daily. Thank-you for your advice in advance!