I started out with 3 bantams, one of which is a roo. They were relatively young, not laying yet. I got 2 standard pullets, and 3 guinea keets, those 5 all grew up together until big enough to introduce to the 3 bantams. Everything went well at first, they did stay in thier seperate groups when free ranging, but in the coop things were fine. Now months later, the pullets are huge and of course the bantams are still tiny! I notice one of the bantam hens getting picked on, and when I let them out she stays in the coop somtimes. She sticks by the other bantam hen and my roo, but many times I look and see her across the yard by herself. Is this a bad situation? I know shes not being kept from her food, and I dont see any marks on her as if shes been beat up. At night they all roost together tho. I just wonder how things are when they are in the coop all day. I plan to get more standards in the spring, should I split my flock so the bantams are seperate? Or should I add a few more bantams so she has more her size that may accept her and she wont range alone? Im affraid shes going to get killed by something since shes singled out. Also, can a bantam roo keep order of a flock with standard hens? They are double his size! Thanks!