I moved most of my chicks (exception of all our bantams) and guineas out to the coop today. We have been working hard at getting the inside done as their brooders were in our gameroom and our son is having his bday party in there tomorrow. He asked for the chickens to be out by his party. So last night at dark dh got the last of the OSB board up in the coop. So I moved everyone out there today. I have one Isa Brown rooster that is being a total bully. He keeps picking on the other chicks but mostly the guineas. He is grabbing them with his beak on the back of their neck and as they run and squawk he is holding on for the ride. He won't stop. I am afraid he is going to seriously hurt one. If he was older he would definitely be first for the freezer but they are only a little over 3 weeks old. I know we don't have time to build something to get him separated right away. Maybe in a few days but then he would be all by himself. Any suggestions? I can't have him hurting any of the others like this.