I have had my flock for about a year and a half now. When we started we had 22 female chickens, 5 males, and 2 female turkeys. I have been trying to take the advice from local FB pages which has lead to us having to cull two of our roosters, and both of our turkeys died Since the Turkey's passing (last November). The chickens have been extremely aggressive towards each other! So much so that most of the girls have bare butts, and a few have lost their wing feathers! Just this morning, I had to pull 7 chickens off of one that they were attacking. She was so badly hurt that my husband had to humanely euthanize her At first we thought it was the alpha male (white silkie) since the other two males are tiny bantams. But the more I watched they all pick on each other! They are fed a high protein diet, free range on the weekends when we can protect them from the coyotes, they get scratch, are given mealworms and sunflower seeds to entice them back in from free ranging, oyster shell, dust baths, toys for boredom......what am I doing wrong? I have posted them to give them to a better home as pets/egg layers since I want them to have a happy life but, my husband wants to keep them. I can't live with myself with them living like this!