I have a 3-month old Barred Cochin Bantam rooster who sleeps in the garage with 2 other roosters who he is growing up with. He is the head rooster. We adore him. The roosters get along fine so far. We have 6 hens of assorted sizes of the same age, who are in a little coop/run outside waiting to grow up and be integrated, along with the roosters, with the seven 2-year old standard size hens. The problem is this: When I put the roosters back in with the pullets in the morning, the Barred Cochin chases them around to the point that they are smashing into the wire. He only does this for a couple of minutes and then he calms down completely for the day. I am wondering if I should rehome him or if this will not be a problem anymore once they are integrated as 1 big flock with a large outside area to run around in during the day. Any insight from anyone with more experience than me? I want to keep him, but I don't want the pullets to be hurt. He is just chasing them; they could potentially get hurt while trying to get away. He isa very good little rooster and comes to us and likes to be held and watches out for the pullets and clucks with treats for them etc. I think he has potential. Thanks!!