I've been keeping 2 of my chickens separated from the rooster because one lost a lot of weight and is slowly filling up again, and the other is a 4 month old pullet. The rooster is a standard light brahma named Roostroyer and I don't want him to hurt these chickens by accident until they are strong enough to handle him. Well today I kept all the hens and pullets inside the run except for the rooster, and I was inside the house when I hear a lot of screaming. I run out to see Megatron and Godzilla (gamey mutt pullets) fighting. Heckle feathers are raised and screams are everywhere, and these two are fighting hard. Roostroyer is outside the run making a fuss and trying to get inside, so I let him in to see what he would do. He raised his hackle feathers and started to fight the two pullets. The thing is, he jumped in between both of them, breaking up the fight, then he pecked them hard and chased them a bit. When the pullets tried to fight again he got between them and pecked them both. I was like and was very impressed by him. Roostroyer is still young, about 9 months old and he's already such a good boy and so responsible of his girls. If he wasn't so big and fat I'd let him hang out with all the pullets already; I didn't know how big brahmas get when I adopted him, but that is the only issue with him, he's so big and fat and inexperienced in the arts of chicken courting that he's a bit rough with his girls, but besides that he's such a sweetheart! Rock on you fluffy butt, rock on.