Hi there, I have my first flock of 6 hens and one bantam salmon favorelle x rooster. I have had all of them from 5 weeks old. They are currently mature mating and laying eggs. They are approx 7 months old. I have never seen any signs of aggression toward me from the rooster usually he just watches me or runs away. They are kept in a coop and 9x10 run. I obviously go into the run to maintain them from a few to several times a day. I was just curious if there are any good indications to be watchful of that warn of a rooster attack? Is there a particular noise, posture or other indicator they give off before striking. Does a rooster attack come out of the blue with no warning? I realize they will attack if they feel the hens are threatened. Right now I feel he is a cutie but I never totally let my guard down as I know that all animals can do unpredictable things. Is there anything to watch for as an indicator?