I have a total of 3 roosters that are fully crowing and 1 bantam that started 2 days ago. The oldest rooster (Ki-Ki... My MIL named him and she is Mexican) has 1 hen and will not mate with any other. The other rooster is the Alpha BR (We call him Alpha) to the rest of the flock. So that leaves the 3 rooster my other BR. (We call him Beta.) Will an older rooster pester a younger roo or will he pester the hen. Alpha and Beta were hatched March 2. Beta does not really have a "flock" of his own and seems very out of place. He is actually kinda mean. We are trying to fix this problem. Beta chases one of my silkies(I have 2 which I hope are a pair). I think the silkie is a roo, but I am still unsure as it has not tried to crow. I have posted pics, but they are hatchery quality, which makes it harder to tell. He will chase Fuzzy everywhere. He leaves all the other bantams alone. If Fuzzy gets close to the food, the hens, the water, etc., Beta chases and pecks at him. As of yet, no harm has come, the pecks have never drawn blood, and Fuzzy stays away for the most part. (Oh and Fuzzy was hatched around April 14, I think) So My questions are: 1. Is this normal behavior for a rooster that feels out of place? 2. Is this an indicator of the silkies gender? 3. Should I do more to separate these two? (As of right now they have 1 acre to roam around, with nothing separating them.) 4. Should I worry this behavior will get more violent? I really don't want him hurting my flock. Thanks for any help and advice.