This morning my 23 week old Partridge Rock rooster chased my 6 year old son twice. I could see the roo was feeling very spunky. He just mounted one of the hens for the first time. He's now mating with 3 out of the 5 and he was dancing for them a lot. My son thought it would be funny to dance for the rooster and when he turned his back the roo chased him. I saw this and charged the roo which stopped him. Several minutes later I saw my son screaming and running with the roo close behind. I sprayed the roo with the hose and put him in solitary confinement. The roo doesn't mess with me because I've made a point of chasing him, kicking him gently and holding him from time to time, but my don isn't capable of this because the roo is very big and strong. For now I've decided that when I let the chickens out to free range for two hours in the morning that the kids will have to stay in the house. He's a good roo really. He finds food for the hens and warns them of predators. He does bite them from time to time because he's a frisky devil and is looking for some loving, but there are no bald spots on the hens. I'll keep him, but if he ever hurts my kids he'll have to live elsewhere. Does anyone have any other advice for me?