We have two roosters and about 20 hens. Our original was this Rhode Island Red named "MoonRooster". He started getting mean and attacking the kids so we brought in a Buff Orpington rooster. We temporarily put MoonRooster in a chicken tractor alone for a month. He was going nuts, trying to get to his hens and trying to get out. We eventually put him back with just the Rhode Island Red hens in a seperate coop and he seemed much more 'humble'. He did get sick, his waddle and comb turned a bluish color. We gave him antibiotics and he perked back up. He hasn't seemed mean like he used to. The other day, the Buff rooster got into the RIRs pen (while we were gone) and apparently they fought. We found MoonRooster wedged underneat the coop, I guess to escape the Buffs attack. The RIRs comb was a little bloody. Today we couldn't find MoonRooster. We looked and looked and finally found him here in the woodpile. Do you see him, down at the bottom? He had himself wedged in there to hide from the other rooster. What is the deal? I thought they would fight and then it would be determined who was boss and they could live and co-exist together. I'm afraid this poor guy is living in terror and will never be able to walk out in the open again. Now MoonRooster is just a little humble chicken where he used to be so proud and mean. He just cowers and hides under the porch, inside a bush, in the wood pile? Is this normal? And just to clarify, I LOVE our Buff Orpington Rooster (Wallace, short for William Wallace). He is HUGE and so nice and gentle. We got him because we were ready to off MoonRooster for attacking all the kids. Now we feel sorry for the old bully (moonrooster) Please help. Thanks! Debra P.S. I tried to post a picture but can't figure it out, any tips?