One of my hens hatched a few eggs a while back. None of the eggs were hers. I got free fertile eggs from a friend. Unknown breed. Only 3 hatched out of the dozen and one was a rooster. The other two were hens. The rooster was very mean ever since he was a baby. He would visciously bite me anytime I would walk into the coop to change the food or water or collect eggs, or if I was just in the coop to check on them. Now the three that she hatched are quite old, just not laying yet. The big room we used to have died. But he's lived with the little rooster for as long as I can remember. Now the little too took over. He's starting to crow (it sounds very funny) and he boots me every time I walk in the coop, along with his pecking. He pecked me really hard yesterday and now I have a scratch on my arm from it. I have 6 hens including the other two the hen hatched. And today I bought a bantam rooster. He is absolutely BEAUTIFUL. He's fully grown and gets his "business" done by fertilizing the eggs. Well, this little young roo seems to be picking on the banty quite a bit. He attacks the little bantam every 15 seconds. How can I stop this behavior? I would consider getting rid of the young rooster if I have to. He's just a bit TOO mean . none of my other roosters acted like this before.