We currently have 5 chickens that live together, 2 roos and 3 hens. The two roos and one of the hens were raised together and are a little over a year old, and my other two girls were raised together and are about two and a half years old. They have a two story rabbit hutch type cage with an approximately 8x8 fenced in "outside" area; they cannot free-range due to predators in my area. When they are all upstairs (the main floor of the coop where roosts and feeders are), they all seem to get along. However, during the day when we open the door so that they can go downstairs, they separate into two groups. My Cochin roo always goes downstairs with my two Dominique girls, and my Silkie hen and roo stay upstairs. When I try to put the Silkie roo or hen (or both) outside with the other chickens, they get attacked. All of the other chickens attack the roo, and my Dominique hens both try to beat up my Silkie hen. I feel really bad because when I isolate the Silkies outside and lock everyone else in the coop, they really enjoy being outside. This in itself can be challenging because the Silkie roo is aggressive towards me and makes it hard for me to handle him or his Silkie hen. I feel like they aren't getting the life that they deserve since they are stuck in the coop most of the time. Does anyone have any ideas on how to make this better? They've all been living together for 10+ months now, so they are all used to each other. I really don't want to re-home any of them since I've raised them since they were a day old, but I will if it will be the best thing for them. If I had to do this, if I just re-homed the Silkie roo would the other chickens ever accept my Silkie hen--even though my other hens are extremely aggressive to her now? Or would it be better to re-home the pair since they are always together? I welcome any other suggestions, or any advice. Thank you in advance!