O.K., I have a EE Rooster that I brought home two weeks ago. He is 7mths old, and seems to be healthy. He is still learning how to be a rooster, and is very funny to watch. Anyway, the one thing I have noticed is that I don't see him eat. He came from a rescue where he wasn't given fresh veggies and treats because of their budget. I was told that he eats scratch, cat/dog food, and oyster shells. When I go out to feed the hens or take treats to them they gobble it up in nothing flat. He just stands there looking all confused. If I put scratch down they, the hens, eat it but he doesn't. Is it because I am there and he doesn't feel safe? Maybe he likes to eat in private. Is there something else that I should be giving him? I just want to make sure he is eating properly. I don't want him to starve to death. Oh, one more thing. When I put food down he makes funny noises at it and kinda dances around it. Hard to explain. Is this normal behavior? Does he let the hens eat first? I hope not cause they eat it all up.