I am needing to re-home a very handsome Ameraucana Rooster. He over-all has been a good rooster, but we are having some issues that are becoming more difficult to handle. He is about 9 months old, and I hatched him from sourced eggs. The good: Non-aggressive with humans (though not terribly eager for contact). Good to his hatch-mate pullets (always amazed with his generosity when observing them free-range). Seems to only crow in the morning (think he's stressed right now, so has started a little earlier and goes on to mid-morning). Attractive. Carries slow feathering gene, so should be easier to feather sex his off spring. The bad: Is very aggressive towards 2 older pullets. Initially started when one was molting, and he injured her very badly. She had been isolated to heal up for about 2 months. I was able to return her to the rest of the flock without any problems, but he is still very vigilant and will not leave her alone. He has now started attacking my other older Wyandotte that had previously been top of pecking order. They are now terrified, and it takes a lot of coaxing them to do any sort of natural chicken behavior (would hide under a bush or fern or in the coop all day if allowed... even though rooster has had no access to them for a week). I know it is hard to re-home a rooster with any sort of problems... but I am wondering if someone with more experience or with a different set up could make it work. He is very pretty, so it seems a shame to eat him, but understand if that's how things work out. For pick-up or drop off only. I live in the Snohomish area, but I don't mind driving him south to Seattle, or North to Mt. Vernon.