Hi there! So today I was in the coop checking eggs and water and all that good stuff. The kids were outside in the yard, as were the chickens. My son started crying so loud and screaming for me. Thinking he was hurt I ran out into the yard. He told me that he was walking to the coop to get me when the roo started to case him and flap his wings. My son is 5 and has always been a bit worried about the roo because he is so big. (He is big, standing taller than my knee, maybe that's a normal size for one, I don't know.) Now I had my son, while holding my hand, to walk up to the roo and reassert himself. Had him walk up to the roo and the roo backed down, don't know if that actually did anything. Little later he feed the chickens some treats. The roo did not seem very interested in my son. But now I am worried that it may happen again or get worse. We have tons of kids in the neighborhood and CANNOT have a roo that is going to chase kids. Do you think the roo will do it again? Any suggestions on how I can nip this. Would rather keep him instead of eating him. The roo is a silver cuckoo maran about 6 months old. He is normally very laid back, this is the first time I have a had a problem with him.