I have a young roo who mounts pullets that are his age. But when I put him in with the egg-laying hens, they chase him upstairs and he spends the day hiding in the communal nesting box. I've tried to talk to him. "Stew", I say, "You're a rooster. March into that coop, grab the best-looking one by the hair, and take what you want." He tries, but gets rebuffed and intimidated. The hens will shake him off, turn around and bump chests with him, and he runs upstairs again in tears. I've tried to increase his self confidence with adventure training and manners classes. I've prepared special dinners and served them by candle light with the best wines. I've improved the coop's ambiance with flowers and music. Do you think a bubble machine would help?