Hello everyone.. This is my first post here, I've been reading around the site a bit over the past few weeks in preparation for getting our new chicks, and now we are having an issue that I need as much advice as I can get with. We picked up 3 chicks (1 black australorp, 1 ancona, and 1 easter egger) 2 days ago from a rancher that lives pretty far away. Anyway we got them home, and noticed the first night that the ancona was picking on the other two. Not just picking on them, but targeting their eyes and dragging them down by them. We set up a makeshift barrier the first night that would allow for them to still be able to see each other. I had put a mirror in there originally but she couldn't see the others and would just cry and cry. Anyway she ended up getting over the barrier at some point in the night, and she hurt my little easter egger. All she wants to do when she is sleepy is cuddle up with the others, but when she's awake she just will not leave them alone. She goes for the feet too, but not nearly as much as the eyes. We upgraded the barrier to window screen mesh, high enough that she can't get over it. Light was changed from white to red. I feel like I've done everything I can, and all we can do is wait, but if she can't adapt then I will be kinda concerned. I don't know who would even take a bully of this magnitude. I knew that they would peck at each other and all that, but this seems straight up malicious. From what I've read it seems that she can't distinguish between an eye and a bug yet, but why can the others then? She doesn't really act like she's searching for food, she will walk up to another chick and look specifically for the eyeball and lunge. Please help!