I'm trying to figure out one of my hens. I have a flock of 4 hens...used to be hens + 1 rooster. The rooster was cross-beaked and he was at the point that I had to feed him 4-5 times a day and still wasn't getting enough...was loosing weight...was attacking me and the hens because he was so hungry. We finally ended his misery on Saturday. Our flock has a Silkie, Americana, Buff and a Buckeye. The rooster was a Buckeye. The two Buckeyes slept together. Now my hen won't leave the nesting box. She fluffs up her back feather and "hisses" a song at me anytime I go near her. I've removed her three times and she just grumbles at me and goes back to the box. I'm worried she's depressed and won't eat. I put a small dish of cracked corn & pellets for her. She ate the corn. She hasn't moved since Saturday, unless I move her. She switches boxes after another hen lays an egg (she goes and lays on their egg). Is she being broody...or is she depressed? Or is she like me and can't believe the rainy season has hit Oregon. (I put a tarp over their run so they had a dry place to hang out). And how do I get her to leave the coop? This is my first time ever with chickens. They range from 2 years to 7 months.