I've read a lot of posts about culling. Our 15 month old roo has turned really really nasty to both us and the hens. He has to go. We have tried to rehabilitate, but he is very violent. I don't think he's living a very happy life either. So, he's done. I have never killed anything bigger than a bug. My husband has done a bit of hunting, but it's been quite a few years. I don't think that I'm nervous or squeamish, though that might change once the time comes. I would like to use the cone method, but this roo is really quite large and I'm afraid that I won't be able to cut his neck all in one slice. Also, even after reading all the posts, I'm not entirely sure exactly where to cut. Even though he is just an awful creature at this point, of course we want to be as humane as possible. DH wants to dig a hole, put him in, and shoot him in the head. This sounds awful to me, but if he doesn't miss it would be a quick death for the roo. I'm not interested in eating him. Thoughts? Advice?