My rooster has always been pretty docile, compared to what I have read they CAN be like, but even so I am torn has to whether or not he'd be worth keeping around. A little history is that this is my first flock of 4 and 1I ended up being a BR too. I didn't know she was a he until they were about 3-4 months so I figured I would keep him. I tried all the tips and tricks to make sure he knew I am the Alpha, and occasionally he will try to make a jump at me (never back turned though, luckily). He doesn't like to be touched much even by the hens and those accidental moments are the only times he tried to get the upper hand, and I always responded accordingly. But my 4-year-old son is a little more his size. He doesn't attack him around the hens but he will attack if my son gets too close to him, even by accident. (Son is a little fearful of him now, so doesn't try to approach him on purpose). today was an attack day, even if it was a tiny scratch, what if next time my son leans down and he attacks hits face? I caught him after this incident and put him in the dog kennel -- "solitary confinement" -- until further notice. While he would make a delicious Christmas roast (free range birds at the market are like $20-25!! Lol) but part off me feels like he's not extremely aggressive -- more like a personal space issue -- so I should keep him around. WWYD?