Hey all it's been quite a while since I've posted, honestly haven't had any problems to speak of, but I've been peeking in and keeping up with you all. Here's the most recent development. My Brahma roo (Roto-rooster)is starting to become aggressive. I've never had a problem with him myself, but he and my 14 yr old son don't get along. Jon is the world's worst at egging (no pun intended) him on by teasing him and making Roto feel like sparring. I've told Jon to quit, but he views it as a challenge between him and the roo. I've told him he'll be sorry when Roto sneaks up behind him someday and nails him real good. Well today, while changing frozen waterers etc. Roto starts his sparring dance with me. I was shocked he's always viewed me as the top roo. He even went so far as to follow me up to the house, trying to sneak up on me. I don't know if the fact that I had a boggin cap on made him think I was my son or not. But I can't have a roo that I'm afraid to turn my back on. So, what to do? How do I nip this in the bud? I can't catch Roto except when roosting, so how do I let this unruley roo know he can't get away with this behavior? His spurs are near to completely developed and he has been sparring with the other roo in the flock. Just don't want him sparring with me.