Just an update on my situation here. Although all the girls are together and there is no blood or feather loss, there still is trouble from what I can see. The 3 Del's are always together and it almost appears that one of the RIR's are standing guard to keep them away from food and water. Could be imagining this also. I don't think she, the RIR, is the head pecker either. I think the main gal is one of the BR.
I make it a point to go out several times a day to see just whats going on. I also go into their area and the older girls follow me because they think it is treat time. While I'm doing that it opens the way for the 3 D's to make a run for the food and water. I stay there until they seem to be filled up and then go about my business.
It seems to me I've given this plenty of time to play out, and really don't see it getting better. I have one of the old big coops that many farms had back in the day, should I just plan on these 3 will never be excepted and plan on putting them in there own area?
That being asked, I also am OK with leaving them running for their lives. They seem healthy, so I think they do get to the food and water. I am sure it will get better once the snow is gone and they come back out every day. Which I open their door every day unless there is a stiff north wind, just in case they do want to go out.