So we got two chicks a few months ago, blue/black splash Isbars. One all black and one all white (at the time), so my husband says, let's name them Bonnie & Clyde. Well Clyde ends up BEING A "CLYDE" aka ROO! Then as one of my hens went broody a few weeks ago (eggs due to hatch today), I hear it's possible this occurred due to my (at the time) 12 week Roo. Well after watching him, yes, he was mounting my entire flock. He is as sweet as they could possibly come though. Sits next to me, eat out of my kids hands and let's them hold him, loves our dog. He's extremely sweet to the girls and is inseparable with Bonnie, however now my Maran went broody, only I kicked her out of the box and took the eggs and she was over it quick. Hasn't tried again since. My flock leader though, she's a loud mean one who I love dearly, a lot like this mama haha, isn't having it! They are doing a "Raised Feather Off" almost daily! Given he is a good boy do I separate my grumpy flock leader for a few days or the Rooster who's sweet as can be? She is no longer allowing Bonnie in the coop as of two days ago, so she is now sleeping on top of the coop with Clyde..not sure what to do here.