I have read on the forum several threads on bullying but none are this situation. We have 4 females and 12 males which were sent for warmth. We have a female who pecks perfectly healthy chicks to bloodiness. I thought they were crowded so we moved to a much larger area. The bloodiness continued. When I find one bloodied I move it to what I call the infirmary until they heal. We also have a splayed leg male. The splayed leg is always in the infirmary. I was down to just the four females and two males in the largest coop with 3 males in the infirmary and 7 in a large tote. More bloodiness in the large coop. So moved the bloody male to the tote and the poor almost tail featherless female to the infirmary. All was well for 2 days. Added the healed female back and 2 days ago another female had a bloody bottom and the male had a bloody wing. The almost tail featherless was also showing signs of being pecked again. I was ale to determine the pecker and separated the bully who was quite upset at being alone. The 8 males which had been in a large tote have been moved in with the baby ducks and during the day are in our fenced night coop in the backyard. Today we tried to introduce the bully female which we believe is an Amerucana in with the ducks and males in the backyard. She was immediately jumped on by four males. So we brought her and two males in to keep her company. In less than 5 minutes she was pecking the males. So we again removed her. She is sitting calmly on my husband’s arm while he is walking around the kitchen. He tried to put her down and she wouldn’t let go of his arm. So what do we do? She doesn’t get along nicely with others but is very sweet just by herself (on my husband’s arm), doesn’t like being alone in a crate and keeping her separate is not really an option. So sad. Please help!