I got six chicks last May 1st and they got on wonderfully until a couple days ago. The friendliest lady June, an Isa Brown is being picked on by almost all the other birds. Most just give her a peck and she dashes off. However, a golden comet is grabbing and pulling out feathers. I’ve seen it several times. When I see her bullied I grab the bully and hold her down to the ground for 10 seconds or hold them upside down. However, it doesn’t seem to be stopping. Every time I go out there I see it. She is staying away from the others and she had some white feathers showing on her side. No blood yet but I’m concerned that soon there will be some bare skin. I don’t know what else to do, they have a big run, it’s about 14x12 for the six birds and I but a few items in there to break things up. She has been hoping up on the top of the feeder or on top of a two sided manger I put out there to get away from the others. The run is big enough that I could fence a small piece off and put her in with the bird not picking on her. However I’d have to build a second little coop and I really don’t want to. I also don’t know if this the right thing to do. Is this the natural order of things and will eventually calm down? Or should I go through all the work to separate for a few weeks? I have no idea what to do. Here is a picture, you can see the white patch where her feathers are missing. She is my fav bird of course, maybe they are jealous.