I wish he could talk and confide in me!I heard my gold laced wyandotte rooster Mr Dark crow soon after 8 weeks old. By 10 weeks he crowed 7:00 sharp every morning. I wanted him to be quiet so the neighbors dont hear him but he wasnt big enough for the pot. And I secretly couldnt bear the thought..One morning all was quiet. He didnt crow, eat or drink but sat with his head pulled to his shoulders. He wouldnt even eat out of my hands. But Later I saw him pecking around the garden so decided I just missed his crowing. The next morning was a repeat.And I saw Goldie the smaller rooster kept him away from the feed and water! So Goldie went into a cage by himself but all day My dark just lay in the sun. He wasnt very interested in the pullets and I didnt see him eat.He had diarrhea but his crop always felt empty.Today I treated him for coccidiosis and moved goldies cage far, far away. Now hes out and about with the pullets. He ate some when I moistened the mash with the treated water but hate to ser him sit with his head pulled tight to his shoulders. Is he depressed or just feeling sick because he hadnt been eating and drinking? I dont mind in the least bit if he doesnt crow but I want him to eat!It didnt occur to me right away that he might be bullied becaused he had been so aggressive just a week ago. But in the past week Goldie changed and attacked me. I dont want roosters but they arent very big yet. I didnt think wyandottes mature this young so I am not quite prepared for a fight. Should I be treating for coccidiosis or am I panicking?