Hello all! My name is Samantha, I just recently started a homestead with my fiance here in hawthorne, fl. As of right now we have seven silver fox rabbits (five does and two bucks), four flemish giant rabbits (three does and one buck), ten laying hens (three americanas, two delaware, two black astralorpes, two barred rocks, and one yellow buff), one welsummer roo, eight welsh harlequin ducks (four ducks and 4 drakes), 19 wh duck eggs in the incubator, three chicken eggs in the incubator, two indian runner drakes, and one hampshire barrow. Ive never done the homesteading thing, and my fiance has very little animal experince. I used to own a showpig farm, so husbantry is well within my skill set. Our goal is to be self sustained, almost completely, by January of 2019. I have begun my own blog, which is still under construction, where I will update about the farm on a regular basis. Question: something attacked our yellow buff a few weeks back, of course due to her injuries the rest of the flock started picking on her. I put her in a pen by herself that shares a fence with her flock in hopes that id be able to reintroduce them with little problem. However, it hasnt worked out like that. Then i put her in with the other birds the roo will flog her, and the hens peck at her. Is there a better way to go about this? Any and all help is appreciated.