We have 2 definite roos (one 14 weeks, one about 10 weeks) and 2 probable ones (maybe 7 weeks?). The 2 younger ones are definitely going to freezer camp - woo hoo! they are such little bullies! But, we are planning on keeping the two older ones. The oldest, a BO, is very sweet and docile, though pretty passive. The 2nd oldest, a BR, has asserted himself as head of the coop but is still pretty sweet. He LOVES my husband and always tries to hop on his shoulder. But, will all this sweetness change when they get their "big boy" hormones? Do the mean roos start acting that way early or does it happen as they mature. No one will be staying in our coop that starts attacking my kids, regardless of how "sweet" he used to be, yk?