I have a seven month old White Crested Polish roo that is a few bricks shy of a load. My son believes he acts strangly because his head feathers block his eyes and he can't see well, I'm not so sure! Today, as I was walking to the coop to feed, he flogged me on the back of my leg. It didn't hurt and left no mark but it was definately intentional. He is nasty to the pullets and guineas. He is nasty at breeding time. He runs full speed to the scene when the EE roo (same age) mounts a hen and either pecks her on the back of the head, repeatedly, as hard as he can or actually mounts the roo that is on the hen's back. The EE roo tolerates the behavior for some reason. Some of the time, the WCP roo nudges the EE roo off the hen and breeds her himself. He is not the dominant roo, the EE is. NONE of the hens will submit to him alone. He is a juvenile delinquent! I have never sent a bird of mine to freezer camp but am thinking of being shed of this guy! I hate to give him away, although he is beautiful, since he is such a pill! I picked him up and held him upside down for a while then on my lap on his back for half an hour. I could put him up in a small pen for a timeout if that would help. Any advise for rehabilitating a juvenile delinquent rooster?