I've heard two streams of thought on raising baby roos to be well-behaved with people as adults. What has your experience been? opinion #1: Pick them up several times a day just like pullets to tame them and make them as docile as possible when they are babies. Then, they will stay calm and docile as they grow older and the hormones kick in. opinion #2: Do not hold, cuddle, etc. baby males as you would females. If you do, you become part of their flock and they will try to dominate you as they get older. Better to care for them, but not handle them excessively so they just dominate their hens, not you. What have you done? With success or no? Or is it just luck of the draw? Thanks!