In the early winter my hens started to pull out the feathers on my roosters neck, around the same time i closed the door on their coop for the winter. Now he has a bald neck, and the temperatures are about -25 here and he is suffering from cold exposure. I have a younger rooster, a barred rock that has always gotten along with this roo but he has suddenly turned on him since he has become weak. I need some opinions on what to do. It seems that i cant leave him in the coop anymore, the hens keep eating his feathers and the younger rooster keeps attacking him. I know I can nurse my roo back to health if he could just have a few weeks in the warmth and some time for his feathers to grow back. But If I remove him from the flock will i be able to incorperate him back into it again? my hens loved this roo. They followed him around everywhere, and he looked after them. What would you do? cull off the younger rooster? cull off the older one? or should I seperate him and get him back to full strength and hope I can get him back into the heirarchy? Thanks in advance.