My large cochin roo seems to get his testosterone in an uproar about every two weeks or so. Usually I just have to chase him off a couple times before he leaves me alone, but occasionally he won't give up. The only way to get him to calm down is to catch him with the net, squash him flat, hang him upside down them pack him around awhile. He's a generously sized roo so packing him around is a total pain in the rear, but if I just squash him and hang him he comes right back at me. I'm not worried about getting hurt by him. He's pure cochin so he's low, wide and not very graceful. When we fight I have to be careful not to boot him too hard. Usually I scoop him with the top of my boot and toss him or wack him across the rump with my rooster stick. He's young, not quite a year. Will he ever get the clue and stop going after me?