I have a Americana that has been picked on by most of the others in the flock, She has her sister of the same breed and they get along fine. There are 2 black stars a buff orp and a polish crested that round out the group, one of the black stars the buff and polish seem to be the biggest culprits. They are all just a little over 2 years old, the bullying has left her with a large loss of feathers on her neck. Most recently she had become very shy and slow, we found her cowering in the corner on the top roost during the middle of the day. After this we started using our chicken tractor to seperate the 2 Americana's from the rest, we put the tractor about 2 feet away from the main run so they could still see each other. After a couple of days she seemed perkey and happy, we had been putting her back in the general population at night for sleeping. The last 2 days she and her sister have been back in the general population with no issues, this morning she was back to her shy and slow mode So here are my questions... Am I moving the wrong girls out of the main flock? She has watery poo, guessing from not eating. Are there any other thoughts? My wife had noticed her squatting this morning but nothing passing... thoughts? Details... Coop size 6' x 8' Run size 8' x 12' feed is layer pellets adding oyster shell 2 water containers to choose from we have been putting Rooster Booster Pick no more on her neck (she seems to be able to clean it off pretty quick) I could probably apply it more than I do... I'm slacking there her last egg was saturday (all of the girls except the black stars have been lazy this month) The biggest bullies are the buff and a black star, these two are who I would say are the top of order just not sure who #1 is. I just want to get a happy flock again, it is not fun when there is a sad chicken.