I have four Ameracaunas among my flock, I think one roo and three hens (fingers crossed) Two pure white, (hens) two brown/white splash (one hen, one roo). Anyway, one of the white hens grabs the brown/white splash hen by the back of her neck and drags her all over the coop, the brown one screaming all the way. Waterer and feeder swinging wildly as they wrestle! Then, the dragee gets in the corner with her head between the studs, and just stands there, while the white girl goes about her business, but if the brown moves out of the corner, the white is right back and it starts all over again. This can go on for 20 minutes, (I have a chair in the coop and I sit and watch) and then it's calm till the next time. Is this normal pecking order behaviour? The rooster is not usually inside while this is happening, he is out chasing all the other chickens that belong in this coop, trying to get them to come home as they are usually in the second coop checking things out over there.