This is my beautiful, 9 week old blue Andalusian cockerel named Lavvy. Since hatch, Lavvy has been the most lovable little guy- the first to greet you at the gate, the one who talks to you every time he hears your voice. But last night, I went out to the run to snap some pics of my buff brahmas when he came at me and bit my foot. I pushed him away with my foot, but he came back again. He didn’t bite hard, but he had never done that before. Then this evening, I went to shut them in the coop and he came at me again- this time biting my foot and nearly drawing blood. So now I don’t know what to do. I can’t have a flock with a rooster of whom I am afraid, but he is my favorite rooster. I guess my question is, is there a way to change this behavior? I read on another thread that aggressiveness is partly genetic, but can his behavior be curbed before he really hurts someone?