I've had a bantam Cochin roo, since we've had our flock, added a few other here and there and had a issue once or twice. But that was only if we added a mature roo. Last year we added some chicks like we've done in the past and of course a few out of the group were roos. My sister rescued this brother and sister set from the vet. They were left in a box overnight. Anyways, they turned out to be beautiful lavender birds. But the rooster is a full size standard breed. He's the only one we've had a problem with that was added as a chick. He's more than twice the size of our original roo and beat him up pretty bad. We've taken the sweet bantam out from the pen so he wouldn't get hurt further. Now my question is, what can I do to get the pecking order back to a friendly level? I know separating them for 3 days was a good idea, but I couldn't take the other roos out either. So I'm trying to reintroduce the bantam which isn't alpha anymore back to the flock without him getting killed. There's 3 roos that are bigger than him and 2 that are smaller. I have a 2nd coop, I just have to build a run, to officially separate my standards from my bantams. But they may be a week or 2. Any suggestions on a quick fix for the interim? I have him in a small quarantine coop by himself for now. Thanks in advance!