I have a cute little silkie rooster named David Bowie who has really come into his own as of late! We re-homed our aggressive BO rooster about a month ago, and I was pretty sure that the remaining little silkie would be the perfect little roo especially since he is about half the size as the rest of the ladies. He is quite the gentleman with the ladies and they are very willing to mate with him. There is no ripping of feathers or screaming, or blood, just a polite please and thank you very much! Lately, though, he likes to attack me! He's such a little thing, that I just turn around and put him on the ground, but lately, he really goes at the back of my legs and I'm really having to watch behind me when I walk away. He comes out of the coop all fired up in the morning so I have to be ready for him. Seems like its especially bad when his ladies are following me, like I'm threatening his leadership. I really like this little guy, and even his new-found protectiveness, as we have critters around here. I love that if I'm late in closing the coop door, he is always sitting in the doorway, guarding his girls from the dark. I would appreciate any ideas on teaching him some manners?