We have a Banty roo (I don't know what kind he is) a neighbor forced on us. He is in a pen by himself. He had two hens we provided him, but both of them escaped. Most of our chickens are free range, except we have another Banty (a Speckled Sussex) roo, with one hen, in another pen. We periodically put the Bantys out in tractors, but have not let them free range because we figure they'll get killed by the bigger roosters, or something else. This lonely roo (Fuego) is very quiet and tame. He will ride on your shoulder and isn't too difficult to catch. When we first got him, he got loose briefly and fought with all the other roos. Since then, when he's in the tractor, the other roos will come up to him, but basically it's no big thing, they pretty much ignore him. We would like to let him free range but have been told by someone else that he will "fight to the death", and will never quit fighting. He has awesome spurs, and is really beautiful. The others have all arranged their pecking order and are peaceable with each other. None of our other roosters have ever drawn blood on each other, and we'd like to keep it that way. Shoud we try letting him out, or not? If we did of course we would watch himfor a while, but who knows what would happen when we're not watching, and he's not THAT easy to catch; I mean he doesn't come when called, or anything. We intend to eventually get him some more little hens, if we don't let him out.