Meet Ethel. She is the outcast of my little flock. If she dares try to hang around the other three chickens, Gertrude (Wyandotte) chases her away. If Edna (my other RIR) sees Gertrude do this, she will race over to help Gertrude chase her. The only one who will let her hang is Agnes (my EE). If Agnes isn't too close to the other two, Ethel will come graze with her and Agnes lets her. Sooner or later though, Gertrude notices and her and Edna chase her away. It is so bad that, at night, Ethel doesn't sleep in the coop. She shelters underneath. She couldn't get in if she tried. My small coop only has one small door and Edna waits until Agnes and Gertrude go in and then roosts in the doorway. I have a nice long pole for the girls to roost on, so she doesn't have to roost there. Any ideas, thoughts, observations?