I have to share. With all the reading on here I am going to need to find him a new home or pot (not much meat here). And we have two nice boys anyway. Thought someone might get a smile out of this. So, yesterday I went out to collect eggs. My OEGB boy, same age as the rest of them ..got them last Easter .was out as usual with the rest of the flock foraging around the yard (they all free range). We have lots of leaves in the yard all nice and crunchy. I am about halfway to the coop when I hear swish .swish .swish swish .and if it would have been night I would have run back to the house. I thought Chuckie was behind me! I turn around and about 10 feet behind me was Squeaky, the little OEGB. He froze as I stared at him. I turned around and continued to walk towards the coop, again I hear swish .swish .swish swish, I turn back and there he is, staring at me. Hes the only one around. I go in and collect the eggs and start walking back to the house and hes still hanging out watching me. I walk towards him to see if he backs off, nope. I go closer, he stands his ground. I make him back up with my foot (not touching him but putting it out over his head) because I dont want him jumping on me and he backs up but doesnt turn around and walk away. So I make him backup a few feet under protest and then walk into the house. He stopped following me. Just from his big attitude I know he is the first to go. I dont feel I can trust the little bugger not to jump me. I was warned those OEGBs were like that. We didnt intend on getting any roos, but like most often happens we just got some with our chicks. The other two are great, so I think I will be letting him go as I dont need him anyway. Its funny NOW but reality says hes got it in him to jump me one of these days ..Im actually REALLY glad Ive read so much here about this kind of behavior. Otherwise I would have just thought he wanted to be friendly.