Not sure if this belongs in "Raising chicks" or here, but I'll try here first. I have four 9-week-old hens (well, one is probably a roo, but I'll keep calling it a hen until I have absolute evidence otherwise). They are outside in the coop and run. I also have two 4-to-5 week old Welsummer chicks in the garage brooder. One of them is a roo, and he's an aggressive little jerk who tends to terrify the pullet - chasing her around, cornering her, keeping her away from the food, taking food away from her. I'm trying to decide what my options are here - a) let things stand as they are for another 3 weeks or so, until I think the Welsummer pullet is really ready to go out with the other older pullets. b) get rid of the Welsummer roo now (I believe I know someone who will take him), leaving the Welsummer pullet in the brooder all alone for a few weeks. c) introduce the Welsummer pullet to the rest of the flock now, leaving the Welsummer roo in solitary brooder confinement until I find someone to take him. What do you think the best option is?