Last week my main roo Captain could not get on his roost due to the wind blowing so bad (he roosts in the trees with one other roo and 6 game hens). He made it to the fence and I took him and put him in the coop with 6 other hens I have. I decided to keep him in the coop for a couple of days; hoping he would start going in there versus the trees. After a couple of days I opened the coop and let them all free range as usual. Well when I came home that evening, Captain was no where to be found. The next morning he was still not around. That evening I got home and found him roosting in the coop -- The following morning I went out to open up the coop to let them free range. Captain stepped outside the coop, saw the other roo and ran back into the coop. That night I came home and he was hiding behind the feed containers and a bag of feed in the corner of the coop. I got him out and checked him, his comb had dry blood on it and I could tell he had been pecked. The other roo, Rebel, had blood on his comb too. Now I have Captain in a cage separated from the flock -- I wanted to be sure he was not sick. I gave him some electrolytes and scrambled eggs. He ate and drank just fine. He is crowing in the morning. My question is what do I do now. Obviously the other roo has put Captain down several notches on the pecking order. My thoughts were to put the other roo in the cage and let Captain get his flock back. Or let Captain out and let them fight it out. Captain is about five years old, Rebel is about 18 months old. Captain is a Dominique and Rebel is his son crossed with game. any help would be greatly appreciated.