This past spring, we had 2 roosters show up on our property. They never left for over a month. We introduced them slowly to our hens and they all got along great. Before we let them all sleep in the coop, one rooster got taken by something. We then let the other be with our hens and they have been doing great. Problem is.....when the snow came and they didnt want to leave the coop, the rooster has started to attack us. He goes after my husband everytime he is tending to the coop. He had left me alone until last night. He has become very aggressive. Im guessing because they are "cooped up". We really dont need to have him because our run is a covered run. We have way too many cyotes and other preditors for the chickens. If I do let the free range, it is only when we are out at the barn to watch them. We only brought him on becuase we didnt want something to get him. Wanted to give him a chance. My question is, what is the best thing to do with the rooster? We have given him a fair chance but we cant be afraid to get attacked evertime we go out to the coop. He seems to be getting worse. Thanks for your help!!!!