A while ago we got a 2/3 year old rooster. Up until recently we had no problems with him. Our chickens are just for personal use as such and are somewhere between pets and egg layers. So we would usually spend a while in their pen talking to them and petting them. That is until our rooster decided he was the boss. He started off with charging and attacking the youngest kid (12) and on one occasion he clung onto her leg. Suffice to say she's terrified of him. Then a while after that he decided to start on me. He hasn't had the chance to grab me but does run at me and if given the chance would love to get at my legs. So naturally I did some research. But I have no idea how to stop this behaviour. He's preventing us from even going into the coop to feed them or collect eggs and quite frankly he's on a steady path to soup. Of course we'd like to keep him but he's far too dangerous. From what I've read, most people take one of two paths. Either show your dominance by acting as a rooster which definitely is not working with him. Or pick him up and carry him around. Which is impossible since you can't get near him anymore. I have picked him up before he started this and he was fine, but there's no hope of approaching him now. Any advice is very welcome. Thanks!