Hello. So I have a Mille Fleur D'Uccle that is 6 months old. Eats well, drinks well, poops well. No parasites. She is on organic food with additional treats, vegetables, greenery. To that I have one of those bird blocks for her to chew on as well. Couple of weeks ago I have noticed a bald spot by her tail and erroneously blamed my other 6 months old chick. Treated the bald spot with blue kote, and have been ever since. Surprisingly to me the bald spot stayed there, and still looks picked on. Also grew a bit. So I watched them, and watched them. WELL today when I treated her again with blue kote instead of walking away I watched my chickens. Turns out I caught her BLUE BEAKED, literally. She has been picking and eating her own feathers all along. They have plenty of room and activities. Question is, is there any other treatment for someone picking on themselves? Mille Fleur hens are a bit hard to come by here so I would hate to dispatch of her. not too much meat on them either, but is there any remedy for feather picking like this? I don't want her to show this to the rest of my flock either. Oh yes...there are no parasites on them either.