I have a 10 mos old silkie rooster who has grown up in the coop/run. The run is enclosed by another well protected very large run. Covered by netting and fence. It is protected well. We have never had a predator get inside. I don't see any signs of one trying to get inside. He is the only rooster. 3 days ago 2 of the silkie hens (he grew up with all the hens) went broody. I pulled them off the nest and closed the coop for the rest of the afternoon. They all went inside the coop for the night. This broke them of the broodiness. The next 2 days I have noticed that the rooster won't come out of the coop. He doesn't look ill. He is eating and drinking. Yesterday, I brought him outside and he was fine. He came inside for the night. Today I went out to check on him early afternoon and he was doing the same thing. Won't come out of the coop. All the girls were out and about and not acting like anything has bothered them. He acts fine once I bring him out. He goes into rooster mode immediately. He is a very nice/gentle rooster. He usually doesn't leave the girls side. I also have 2 lg breed hens that share the really large run but sleep in a different coop. They do their usual lg breed vs. banty bully. They don't hurt anyone they just push their weight around. The banty's always let them have their way. Why would he do this? Anyone got any ideas?