Hello all, One of my Serama hens hatched 8 chicks which are now two weeks old. The chicks are doing well and they seem to be healthy. However, recently I’ve been noticing a trend that my chicks are always in the corner of the brooding area. My brooding area is connected to my main coop where my other hen and roo can see them but I sealed it off with some netting so they can’t touch the chicks. The brooding area is about 6 square feet for now. They were running around just 5 days ago, digging in the sand and eating worms, but now they just huddle in a corner. My mama hen is very very aggressive towards me, even getting within 2 feet of the chicks would serve me a flying drop kick, but she never hurt the chicks before. Now, even when the chicks are huddled together and I’m not there, she likes to peck them on the head. And it’s not once or twice, it’s continuously 5-7 times to whoever is unlucky to be there. I just wanted to ask if this is normal or should I take some action and remove the mama from the chicks? Thanks for the help. Update: While typing this I heard the chicks screaming and I separated the mama in to the main coop, she can still see the chicks, but can’t peck them anymore.