So, the girls are all enjoying the big (almost finished) coop. They love the little penguins (Austrolorps) and BSL chicks and sometimes hang out near their brooder. It's like chicken tv for them, watching the fuzzbuts jumping around I think. But what HAS to be a roo (named Coburn, after the John Wayne movie) has started being beyond obnoxious: he not only pecks heads and eyes but hangs on by his beak to their heads as they try and run screaming off! They literally are screaming and backing away and he gets dragged along as he's biting them so hard. Today was different. I had been sitting on the floor hand feeding the girls nine grain cereal and yelled at him the first time he did it: he eyed me, did it again ten seconds later. (he was wayyy over near the ramp to the roosts) I yelled really LOUD and hurled the handful of grain at him, he looked surprised but did it again in a few seconds. I got up, chased him and caught him, gave him a LOUD talking too up close and personal, and hung him upside down for a bit. The entire coop froze and just stared at me like I'd gone insane. He's only two months old...if he's this horrid so young, what's he gonna be like when puberty hits???