I have 4 rooseters.1 year and half old rooster named Zeus,the lead man,a 5 month Rir cockeral,than two out if the 3 hatch mates who we know are cockerals,all 3 month olds. We do not know yet if we will have a bacholour pad or rehoming but would like to be prepared for who will be with the ladies.Zeus. will always stay.Now I was thinking about keeping at least 1 or 2 of the youngstets just need to pick one. Im looking for something Vigilent just like my Newhampshire rooster.The 3 hatch mates our Zeus's chicks. The 2 , 3 month olds are a New hampshire red and a Bsl.All very docile.The bsl us far more easier going when it comes to petting and being held.The Nh is more flighty and runs.I have not noticed any signs of aggression towards me. I should also say,they were hatched raised by their mother.At about 6 weeks she let them go so we took over.All are well behaved.I force them to move when I wanan sit on the stump in their pen,I do not push I just go to sit,and they move.I do not let them lap sit. They have started humping.The bsl is much more rougher and getting out of the play/humping .He grabbed our lead hen and forced her down.After getting off of her she grabbed him.He is much more aggressuve with the hens and pullets,infact he beat our 5 month old pullet up. The other hatch mate,Newhampshire,is usually only aggressive with food.Occasionally has bulked up for no reason,no food was there anyways.He doesn't hump too much,unless its his other two brothers ( he has 2 siblings one we know is another roo.) Now,as for the 5 month ild Rir,im being patient with him through his teen months.He does seem a little moody around me,but I just chase him.Is a huge mater,noticed him communication with the rooster and hens when they had begun cackling.Crowed once since my last time I was there on the weekend.I will see what changed this weekend.