HELP! I have a very small flock right now. We just formally introduced our newest girl, Moonshine, to her flockmates, Banjo and Number Nine on Sunday. When I got Moonie, I was told she was a year old and laying. She's much smaller than my other two, who are less than a year old. Both of those girls are new layers. Moonie has not laid an egg in the couple of months she has been with us. Anyway, she's sleeping in the coop with the girls, and in the run with them full time now, but I have yet to see her eating or drinking from their feeders/waterers. We use the same kind of feeders/waterers in the run as we did in her quarantine. She pecks at the ground all the time and has energy, but I'm concerned about her nourishment habits - only because I'm seeing the other two eat. I put a feeder of crumbles out for her today and she started to it to eat, until Number Nine started eating - now she won't eat from it and has returned to eating from the ground. How do I get her to eat more comfortably? She's definitely low girl in the pecking order, and she is still hesitant around people, and sometimes the other chickens. Am I worrying too much? I did just recently lose my alpha hen, so I'm pretty paranoid about losing another. Any suggestions?