I am having juvenile bantam roo issues and could use some help as I have run out of ideas. I have 2 14 week olds that were in a group of 11 chicks. At 8 weeks old, they started terrorizing the others in the group. Not just pecking but grabbing and holding on while the pullets try to run away. I put them in a separate pen but still in the coop. Then one of the roos started terrorizing his penmate, so I put the aggressor in with my grown flock thinking my alpha roo would set him straight He just ignores him but he behaves with them as he is bottom of the pecking order. We are starting to integrate all age groups, which would be going smoothly, except for these two. Yesterday I put pinless peepers on them. It didn't slow them down at all. Has anyone else used these on bantams? I thought maybe they still can see too well due to their heads being narrower. I thought it might help if I add a flap of duct tape to narrow the line of vision near their beaks. Hoping with time they will chill enough to keep. The more aggressive of the 2 is my 10 yr old daughter's so "rehoming" isn't an option.