Hi, New here, as you can tell. Started out this year with a barnyard combination from MacMurray Hatchery, which provided me with 10 turken you-guessed-it brown egg layers in March, three geese, three ducks, two turkeys of which two turkens are definitely boys. I call them the Rooster Boys and maybe they're "normal", or maybe they're just extra nasty to the other birds. Would like to know if this is the kind of thing roosters just do. They don't care much for their own NN pullets, though one has a gash on her neck and I can only guess she got some attention, but they run around virtually raping all the other geese, ducks, whatever they can get their hands on. They can take anything down. Do all rooster bite necks - that must hurt? Do they chase the heck out of flocks of geese, ducks, or turkeys just out for all stroll? All the birds, I'm guessing, are getting fed up with being chased and tackled - sometimes, they work as a team cornering other birds. I've noticed posts the suggest that this cross-breed interaction could be the consequence of such a thing as a barnyard combination growing up together - boys might not realize they're chasing the wrong species? They're buff turkens with beautiful red combs and wattles - kind of picture-perfect only they're losing favor in my eyes and I might have to find them another home. Any opinions on whether this is just the way it is for everyone?