I don't think getting rid of your Breda is going to solve the face picking. My aruacanas pick each other faces and always pick each others tufts off. I seriously doubt he is doing all the picking. In my aruacana breeder pen I have 1 tuft on the rooster. The rest of them have them picked off and lots of bald faces as well. Not sure what they obsession is there. I tried different supplements thinking it might help but to no avail. I think it's kind of like having polish. Because it's there they are going to pick on it. Maybe won't make them look pretty but as long as they aren't drawing blood they are probably okay. My youngest Araucana hen had to be guaranteed in a pen for like three months because each time I would let her out with the other araucanas they would pick her head and face and leave open wounds. She is now with the others but is totally bald with no head feathers at all. You could rub some Pine tar on their faces which is really messy and stinks but I've used it to stop picking even when blu-kote didn't work. A taste of that and they back off. I bought a can at Bluestem probably 6 years ago and still have 3/4ths of the can. Its good when you need it. If you were closer I'd just give you some. But by the time you or I paid for gas it would buy a can.
There is more to it than that. He also pulls feathers out of the heads of the hens he is breeding (the other Bredas mostly). The girls are starting to run away from him to Jake (my EE rooster) for protection. He is so good about warning them about hawks and looking after them, but he is hurting the girls. I haven't seen blood, but what I have seen is him pulling feathers repeatedly after breeding a hen. He has produced lovely chicks, too, so that is clearly in his favor.
I have some pine tar that I used on a hen who was being pecked a couple of years ago. It would be absolutely last ditch effort.
What do you think about the peepers?