I have 3 roosters.A New Hampshire Red,the leader,a Black Sex link cockerel,and a co chin bantam cockerel,youngest of all. I think I know hats going on,but would like some opinion. The New Hampshire red rooster has never liked the 3 Cochin pullets.He usually begins behaving more like a rooster around the young pullets when they begin laying,but its been several weeks since they started and he still has a nasty attitude towards.They dont get out but on the weekends,but now that it is summer break,they are being added.Everyone tends to get along,accept for the young cockerel Cochin,hens chase him and thrash at him anytime they are near.lots of hens are actually scared of him.But,my question was,maybe the reason he dislikes the pullets is because they are side group and side with young Cochin rooster,maybe he is jealous,does anyone ever think they will be able to live life without him chasing them? I have 21 hens including the 3 Cochin,split among the 3.The four Cochin bantams are their own little group.Currently Spots,the BSL has been flirting with the Cochin girls,and been chasing the Cochin cockerel away,only where the Cochin can sit in watch/sulk over his loss.The girls are pretty standoffish so it will defiantly take some patience. When he chases their cockerel.they think he is coming for them to.Will this cause issues in the future?Should I get rid of the Cochin roo?