Hey all, haven't had time to visit the site. Had the new g.daughter all weekend. Whew! Here's what's up... my Roo's are coming into their cocky state of mind. Slick, is doing the lil rooster dance and getting quite a bit on the dominating side. He starts clucking, pecking at the ground and when he gets one of the others to come see what... he does his lil rooster dance. You know the one, puffing up, dropping his wings and sorta dancing in circles. Now I know this is normal behavior... but he is doing it to me and the rest of the family, not just the chickens. I've read on here that the best way to subdue a fiesty roo, if he gets after you is to stand your ground, let him know you are the boss. Do ya'll think that he is trying to let us know he is the boss? If so, how do I nip this in the bud... so to speak? I've had mean roo's in the past and ended up putting them in the cookpot. I don't want to do this to Slick, he is a sassy lil roo. But I don't need to worry about turning my back on him.