Here is my 23 week old Rhode Island Red Rooster (pictured at 21 weeks). He matured much faster then my other pullets who are the same age as him. He was very aggressive with them and has tried to mount them when they just don't want anything to do with him right now. He was so bad with them that I've separated him from the girls. My girls seem much, much happier without him around. My thought was to keep him separated from them until the girls were older and would actually want him but I'm wondering two things: 1. Will his behavior towards them change when they actually start accepting him? 2. Am I just being hopeful and am actually setting myself up for problems later on? Thanks!