Some of you may recall that I have roo named Floppy whose head just about made it to the chopping block. I've spared him for now as he has remained in the run & not been allowed to free range while my daughter is home. Naturally I've kept a close eye on him, and I have seen him do this little dance around the hens. At first I thought it was a real hoot, now my curiosity has grown. He skirts up close to a hen, seemingly at random. He drops the wing farthest from the hen and begins to hop around her, sideways, making this shuffling sound, all the while growling. Is he showing his dominance, is he wooing said strumpet and this is some weird part of his courtship, and does he know how utterly silly he looks when doing it. Does he care? I think not since he does it often and without shame. Being some what new to this, I am sure there is some reasonable, perhaps even rational explanation. I can't wait to hear it, whatever it is.