I have a Partridge Rock Roo that is about 26 weeks old. When we went in the coop this evening to change out the waters and check on everyone I noticed that he had blood on him. He had quite a bit of blood on him, both fresh and dried. It is clear that the hens has been pecking his waddles. The wounds are fresh and there is plenty of blood that has dripped to the lower part of his neck. I checked him all over and he is not hurt anywhere else. We have separated him from the flock. He is in a cage in our enclosed porch. After I got him settled, I went to look at the hens. A couple of my BO hens had blood on their beaks. We kept this rooster out of the three that we had because he was the most friendly and nonaggressive. Could he be too laid back for my hens that they will pick on him? Another question is do hens typically "gang up" on roosters? How long should I keep him separated from the flock? Will he have trouble establishing himself with the flock again? BTW: he seems quite happy in his new little apartment.