So this morning I let the roo who I have been integrating into my flock out of his temperary digs. I had a cage within my coop he has been spending days in, then nights into a dog kennel in the shed/barn. (I didnt quarantine, he is one of my chicks hatched in July that my sister in law has had at her house- no mixing with other birds - I am just mixing him back in with my girls now) So anyway, I let him out with the girls (he is a splash orp) and the blue andalusians went crazy on him. They are the "low ladies on the totem pole". I expected this but..he just runs away. I thought he'd be a bit more defensive and stand up for himself. Is it because he is young or is he just a mellow roo? Actually I dont know if he even crows yet! Havent heard a peep, but figured it was the new environment. Also, I have a bantam roo in the adjoining coop. They kind of "puffed up" a little bit at each other. I usually let everyone free range together, if I give them some time to adjust to one another, do you thing they can successfully free range together one day??? Thanks!