Due to a predator attack, our flock of 4 7-week-olds is down to one lone black australorp pullet. She wants company - and we want to provide it. We found some craigslist ads - and can drive 2+ hours to get some pullets very close in age. Questions: 1. Do you think it is best to get 1 more pullet or 2 more pullets? - we don't want 3 more - since our coop isn't really big enough for 4 2. We are worried that if we get 2 more pullets from the same source - that the 2 of them will gang up on the australorp. Does anyone know if this is true? 3. Do you think it matters what breed we get? - we had a barred-rock, an easter-egger and a buff-laced-polish. The 4 of them seemed to get along great. - available (based on CL ads are: red-comets, australorps, barred rocks, Buff Orpingtons, RIR, New Hampshire Reds, Gold Laced and Silver Laced Wyandottes, and Light Brahmas What breed would be a good fit for my surviving australorp... and also be good with my little kids....? Thanks in advance!