15 week old Evil Rooster for sale. Some sort of Red.........Rhode Island Red? New Hampshire? Not positive. He matured early, crows regularly, and has something to crow about. Has been kept with a single pullet his whole life and is extremely overprotective of her. Keeps her under the deck in case of hawks, herds her away from me, and comes running if she starts squawking. He was started dropping a wing at me and got me in the ankles a couple times. A whack with a rake or a little chase seems to knock his socks off for a while. He doesn't mess around when it comes to protecting his lady (although he fails at defending against empty buckets). As he is only 15-16 weeks old, he should be something to write home about in a few months, let alone in a YEAR when he is full grown and fully matured. He is a good looking boy who free ranges in the yard sometimes and always brings his girl back to their shed at night. I kept him planning on integrating him with the other "flock" but he did not appreciate meeting the other cockerel through the fence the other day, even though they shared a shed at night (separated by mesh) for months. And I have much nicer cockerels that are growing up that I will keep instead. He would be a GREAT free range rooster as he takes his job seriously. I have caught him mounting his girl already weeks ago and he really is all ROOSTER at this point. Obviously he should not be with litle kids, but anyone who needs a good Roo to protect their flock, he is your man. And if that does not work out, he could live up to his name (Crockpot) and I bet he would taste delicious. His age is correct, I bought him from a local feed store, from a local breeder (not hatchery), March 10th. He appeared to be 1 week old then. He is now 15-16 weeks old. FREE to a good home. Would prefer a home that will try him out but am open to him becoming dinner as well.