My boyfriend and I are fairly new to chickens and raised 8 chicks this year, one of which turned out to be a Welsummer roo. We were hoping due to his breed he would have an ok temperament, and we could keep him...but he started attacking me right around 20 weeks of age a few weeks ago. Today he attacked my boyfriend who was replacing the water in the coop. He kicked the rooster, the rooster attacked him again, so he kicked harder. The bird went straight backwards through the air and didn't hit a wall or anything, but has had one droopy wing and has been huddled and not ok ever since. We never intended to have a rooster and I somewhat doubt his injury is fixable. We are not experienced at chicken slaughtering so I was thinking about placing an ad on Craigslist and having someone come take him tomorrow. But I am actually guessing that due to his injuries it is possible he won't be good to eat. We have no idea if he is bleeding internally or not. I am guessing the best thing we can do is kill him quickly tomorrow if he is still alive in the morning. Just looking for any advice or wisdom we may not have as new to chickens people. I read through the chapter on butchering meat birds in Storey's Guide to Raising Chickens. It sounds like a big enough task that I think we need to set our sights on a humane death here, and not being able to use him as meat.