I currently have one Barred Rock hen about 22 weeks old. She is the lone survivor of a fox attack. I want to get her some company because she seems miserable and lost without her flock. But I'm at an impass as far as what to do. Should I get new chicks, or should I buy some older birds? I initially thought about just getting 2 new hens about the same age for a more immediate solution, but have been reading that I need to keep them isolated/quarantined for at least 30 days. This makes total sense, but I would also have to find a place to house them. I only have one coop and run; so I I think I'd have to construct something additional to either move the lone bird to, or for the newbies to stay in. So, if it's not such an immediate solution, would I just be better off with chicks? After 4 weeks, would they be big enough to mingle with the existing hen? She's a very friendly, docile bird. After my recent loss of 6 hens, I don't want to go through the struggle of possible disease in older birds either. I'm just wondering what you recommend, and any advice you could give. Thank you!