First thank you for all the responses. Let me clear one thing up; I don't withhold feeding her it's just that when she is squawking I make sure not to give them anything extra at that time I do not want her to encourage the squawking. There are times that she squawks just before snack time. In the Morning when she is noisy I have started ringing a bell then throw water at or near her. Now I just ring the bell and she tries to hide herself. I do think it has helped.( Pavlov's dog/Chicken)
The pen has just been completed 10x15 with a solid roof. The coop is a beautiful old stone shed which she likes to sleep in the the rafters. She was having a difficult time getting down from the rafters and now has a ramp in place. She even has her own nesting box in the rafters.
Things may get better with the new pen/ coop set up because they are out at 7am now instead of 9-9:30. Because of a fox in the am I kept the girls cooped longer than I or they wanted. I do free range the girls from 11 to 7.
My girls were born in Oct she is an Australorp.
Today was much better I did not even have to ring the bell. It may be because of the changes to the coop with a new ramp for her to come down from the rafters and a new nesting box in the rafters for her.
Who knows? She also has been molting and I heard it can be painful. I've increased their protein because of a decrease within their bodies of protein during this time. Like my bees it's all been an adventure.
I'm not giving up on her yet and will continue to love on her.