I traded two sweet, beautiful little banty hens for one similar age standard pullet, only to discover upon getting her home that she has had her tail feathers pecked down to what looks like bone. I'm VERY new to chicken raising, so I'm sure she doesn't actually have bone sticking out of her backside, but she does not have any feathers there, just tiny short white tip quills arranged in a circle on the white protrusion where I would have expected nice tall tail feathers. She's a black maran and otherwise appears to be healthy. I fully admit I was foolish to not have looked her over more carefully, but I didn't know what I should be looking for. The lady I traded with didn't say anything about the bird being pecked on a lot. What I'm wondering is, will her feathers grow back? What else should I look for that would indicate that I should ask for compensation? Thank you for any and all help!