To anyone that bothers to read this:
I had two hens with big bloody spots on their backs, put them into confinement together, the spots are both black now and they have moved back in with the rest of the chickens. We also have two younger chicks, broody raised, probably almost a month old now, one is DEFINENTLY a Roo, because he is much bigger than the other one, who just started to grow a comb, just barely, where his is already pretty big. They moved in two nights ago in a confined cage, let them and momma out today, chicks got pecked on a bit but are roosting on the tiny roosting bar! We have a slope with 3 bars on it, the upper two being large bars, the lowest one, which is about 4 inches off the ground, they are roosting on. Happy that the new coop is suitable for chicks too.
1 Buff Orpington Roo, 1 Rhode Island Red Roo, 3 Rhode Island Red Hens, 3 Red Sex Link Hens, 1 Welsummer Hen, 2 Unknown Crossbreed Chicks, 13 Incubating Eggs