Hello, I have a silver laced wyandotte with a bald neck. She has had the bald patch for a few months now, and everytime we seperate her into a spare coop, she crows. (no, she is not a rooster!) It started out when she was broody, took up the nest and was pecked by the others as she would not budge. Eventually, she had a bald head, before it spread down her neck. I do not want it to get any bigger as she is a beautiful bird, and I don't want sores to start appearing amongst the baldness from excessive pecking. I have already tried putting a little bantam down with her in the spare coop, but she still crows. The spare coop is near the main one, but they cannot see each other. The coop is also heavy to move. Please help as I do not know what to do. Thank you!