One of our chickens, Ash, who we recently (last two months) found out was a Rooster, has begun to act far more aggressive towards us. He does this thing that we call the "side step", where he shuffles sideways towards one of us. My father said this is him wanting to spur us. I have read online that one of the better methods to curb such behavior is to "show him who's boss". We try not to look directly at him, nor directly approach him, and when he does come at us we chase him around and wave our arms until he runs off (which doesn't take long). Around ten minutes latter, we hand feed him and the flock some treats (such as pecans, bugs, or meal worms). However, he has now began to get between us and the rest of the flock when we go near them, and his side step has yet to stop. We have been doing this for the better half of a month, and I am beginning to think this may not be the right thing to do. We think we might have another Rooster who is growing up, so we are probably going to have to get rid of Ash. But until then, (if then), what can we do? Are we doing the right thing? Thanks in advance!