So, we ended up with two roosters in our flock of fifteen. Ever since my hens began laying this past week (Finally!), Annabelle, my Plymouth Barred Rock (He was supposed to have been a she, hence the name.) has been very aggressive toward the other smaller Bantam rooster that the hatchery threw in for "free". He won''t let Ernest (the Bantam) into the coop, and will corner and attack him if we put Ernest into the coop. Thus, Ernest has been sleeping outside in the run on one of the roosts at night. During the day when they are allowed to free range, Ernest stays far away from Annabelle. We don't want to leave Ernest in the run alone, as it gets quite cold at night in Upstate NY. (The run is completely enclosed and as safe from predators as a run can be, so that is not a concern.) So, what to do? Will they ever work it out? Do we just stay out of the rooster drama and leave Ernest to weather the elements alone? Should we try to find a home for Ernest? (I have given Annabelle a strict "talking to", but he wasn't all that interested in my lecture. I think he is still stewing over the feminine name...) In any event, thank you for your input.