We have an 80 yr old neighbor that recently got 2 roo's from her cousin. So the first 2 weeks they hung around her place, then they moved up to another neighbor's place for about a week. Now the banty roo's have discovered that our place is where the ladies are. They get all of our chickens all worked up. The hen's get upset and the roosters of ours get to crowing. I fear that they may not be good here. How do I tell an 80 yr old woman, that her roo's are upsetting our chickens. She has no pen for them, and I think the only thing she feed's them is some scraps when she has it. Sooooo the roo's stay here all day until roost time and then they head to the other ladies house not their original home. Or do we try to get rid of them ourselves. They are bantam roo's and we don't want bantams. The second day she had them she came up here looking for them. We told her we hadn't seen them... at that time we hadn't. Is it a danger to our flock with them coming here?