Well, I was hoping that it wouldn't happen, but it did.... Usually, my 2 roos get along just fine. Today, they both just started fighting non stop to the point that by the time I looked out the window and got out there to separate them, they were staggering around, both of them has very bloody combs and wattles, and the girls were upset. I separated them, tossed the one that was bleeding less into the broody cage, and took care of the most injured one. When he got patched up, then Romeo got his head treated. They are both 6 months old and have 12 hens that are all laying. They have plenty of space and when this happened, they were all free ranging, so there wasn't a boredom issue. I've put some neosporin (no "caine" in it) on both of them, and for now, they are both out in the coop with the girls. Is there anything else that I need to do for them? Now that this aggression is out there, is it going to continue from now on? I don;t want them to continue to hurt each other, so one will have to be rehomed if this keeps up which is a shame since they aren't aggresive to people at all.