My Barred Rock Cockerel is about 9 months old. I got him last year from a couple who had gotten him from a local TSC but couldn't keep him. I got him along with a RIR and BSL rooster. The BSL will occasionally bite but isn't mean. Just don't touch him. Simple enough. The RIR is the best rooster ever. He puts the girls to bed, beats off other roosters when they attack somebody, and breaks up the other two when they occasionally go at it. (There has never been any blood drawn, but the BSL and BR do ocassionally bicker.) The BR was a great rooster when we got him. I even have a picture of me cuddling him. A few months ago, he started attaking occasionally. Now he attacks at any chance he can get-and I mean he attack people, not chickens. He puts wholes in you. We think we're going to have to send him to the pot. In the meantime, I want to catch him and lock him in the brooder so that he won't attack us every time we walk out the house. I want advice for how to catch him without getting killed. Here's my gameplan-Wait until he's gone to bed. Then go to the shed, with several layers of gloves on, and two or three towels in my arms. Throw the towels over him, grab him, then haul him to the brooder. Do you think this will work? Got a better idea? I want to go outside now and get something out of the car but I'm scared he'll get me. How can I avoid him in the meantime?