Well after being spurred in the head and getting some nice spur lacerations from his Dutch roo about a month ago my husband trimmed his spurs but not his wings. He didn't want to mess up his appearance even though he's not at all a show bird. Yesterday for no reason what so ever the same roo flew up and spurred his head again. This time with little dmage because his spurs were blunted, still, he drew blood. The husband agreed to the wing trim finally, now the roo can't get much more than 3 feet off the ground. Been hilarious watching him try to launch up to his old crowing spots and not getting even close. His brother, who is much nicer behaved is still allowed to fly up and ride on shoulders plus he CAN reach all the best crowing spots. It'll be interesting to see if their dominance standings change with each other.