Here i am posting again about rooster behaviors. This is the first season i have chosen to keep roosters, and they are strange and mysterious creatures. One of my favorites is a Columbian Silkie Roo. But he has terrible manners when it comes to the ladies. He is a young guy, only 5 months old. i had to pull him out of the pen with his littermates several weeks ago, as he was just hysterically mating the girls. So now i have him in a small attached pen. i let him out to free range occasionally, and he hangs by the other pens, hoping for an escapee. Yesterday, one of my bantam faverolles wandered out and he pounced on her. She squatted obediently, and he did his mating. He hopped off, she took a step and he was back on top of her. That's when he went back into lock-down. i really like him. He's pretty, has a wonderfully melodic crow, and lets me pick him up and snuggle him. But i'm afraid to put him in with any ladies. i tried the other day putting him in with another group and he went hog wild, even hopping on top of a little two-month-old before i could snag him and pull him out. Am i doing something wrong? How can i introduce him into a group of ladies without them getting pummeled? Will this behavior diminish over time? Thanks for any advice from experienced rooster owners.