I am the adoptive mother to a single Barred Rock Rooster named Cornflakes. I live in San Juan Bautista, CA - a city known for it's feral chicken population (which means OTHERS come and leave unwanted pets here and I heard he was left two years ago). Long story short, Cornflakes - MY SWEET LIL DUDE, showed up about two months ago. He was originally roosting on my fence and then in the tree. He now has a coop. He's still shy, though he'll eat out of my hand, come to his name and follow me and my fiance around whenever we're out. He'll even come in the house, if we let him. I'm new to chickens. I wasn't expecting him to show up but I'm in love with him. I've gone through a really rough period lately and he's what I look forward to seeing daily, so I care about making him happy. Enter getting him some hens. I've heard chickens are super social. But noticed he is SCARED to death of the other feral roosters around town. Would he be scared of a hen? Is there a smart/safe way to do this? I don't want a sad lonely rooster.