So tonight when I came home it was already dark and we had left the door to their run open for the chickens to free-range today. They have been doing very well lately with coming back into their coop at night usually without any problems (we used to have a problem with them roosting in trees). Well, apparently the wind had blown the door to their run shut and the poor things couldn't get in to go to bed! I found two of the hens and the roo up roosting on the roof to the run and the third hen was missing After some searching, we finally found her in one of the trees bordering the woods around our property. I had already gotten the others into the coop, and when I set her down inside the coop with the others she started whining and immediately came out of the coop and down the ramp. She then started pacing frantically around the run trying to get out and squawking her head off-- very distressed! We went through this ordeal twice. After I walked around with her for a bit, gave her some treats and got her settled down, I put her in through the egg door so she couldn't get out. She paced around and FINALLY got up onto the roost but not before she pecked one of the other hens on the head. What does this mean? Did the others exclude her or is she just mad at them for some odd reason? I feel like such a bad chicken mommy now I'm fairly new to chickens so any advice would be appreciated!