Normally both my rooster Thor and my cockerel Impy are good boys. Today is not a normal day. The big birds, led by Thor, have decided that all the scratch on this farm belongs to them. This is regardles of whether they've had their fill of scratch or not. I fed the adults scratch first thing this morning. When I went to let the juveniles out a bit ago, the adults saw me heading out to the baby coop with the scratch scoop and followed. To prevent the adults from getting more, I put some inside the baby coop and some inside the fenced yard, where the adults can't go (they can't slip under and thru the fence like the juvies can). So normally the roos ignore each other, each staying with their hens/pullets in their own area. Today Thor went after Impy. They've had two fights, feet kicks and flogging. Thor also chases the pullets. The younger birds can pretty easily outrun Thor, since he's huge and not as agile. Since all the birds free range and the juvies can get out of the adult birds reach by either going into their coop or inside the fence yard, should I worry?