Greetings everyone! The situation: I have a young rooster, who started to crow just a week ago, living together with 14 chicks. Ages of the chicks must be between one and two months but I can't be sure, since they all arrived recently (my first flock!) without background information. One thing is certain: no hens are laying and most of them are still making those cute baby noises... Now, the trauma: among the pullets is a Silkie hen, who used to be very proud and outgoing, showing all sings of good health until, two days ago, she was sexually attacked by the rooster. She is obviously too young to mate, and the experience has completely changed her behavior, to the point of rejecting food and hiding in a corner of the coop. I checked for physical injuries but found none. I was really pleased by her temperament and and hoping to make her my incubator for the future, and now I'm starting to fear the worst... will she get over it? They are apart for the time being, but I have limited space and cannot keep them separated for long. Please, any help will be deeply appreciated!