I have 6 hens and 2 roosters that we got at the end of april. One rooster is a black australorp called Oreo, the other a bantam rooster (golden sebright) named Hawkeye. The little guy was a random choice we made a tractor supply, they had no idea what breed he was so it was surprise when everyone else surpassed him in size! He was always the boss man and hasn't stopped crowing since he was 9 weeks. Anyway we're relieved Hawkeye seems to be in charge. However Oreo has been showing signs of aggression towards me now that he's older. Trying to attack my feet. Hawkeye's done little pecks at my feet once and while but he's since stopped. when i got home from work yesterday i let them out of their run, they were hanging around the house mostly and every time i came outside Oreo would sneak up on me. I noticed Hawkeye seemed to keep trying to cut him off when he would start to come towards me. He'd step in front of him and ruffle his feathers at him. One point he even jumped on him. Hawkeyes never done what oreo does, he will run towards me full force when he sees me, but he stops at about 6ft in front of me and just runs back to the flock, its helpful when I'm looking for him. I know I need to pick up Oreo more and work with him, I plan to try to this weekend once I have more layers on then the usual capris and tank tops. So my questions are as follows: 1. Is this good that Hawkeyes cutting Oreo off when he charges at me? or does hawkeye also think he's above me? 2. Is it bad to have a small and large rooster, are we at high risk that oreo will take out hawkeye someday? 3. What else can I do salvage my relationship with oreo? Id hate to loose him, altho hawkeye thinks he's mighty he won't be much protection for the girls... 4. Yesterday while they were out in the yard and Oreo was the worst with me I was wearing patterned leggings that were a royal blue with large patterns, could this be a reason he was so fascinated with me?