I have one hen who was pecked almost naked by the others, I think because they were bored after being free range, and then locked up in the coop when it got cold. Now all are free ranging again, and the hen has most of her feathers grown back. She has been in the chicken hospital in the garage for about 3 weeks, about 500 feet away from the coop. We let her out of her crate every day, and 4 of the other hens and roo have been coming back to hang out with her. The problem is, when they go back to the coop, or even just in that direction, she goes back in the garage. Her other "safe spot" is up on our front porch pecking at the window, which gets my dogs and cats all excited, but doesn't scare her at all. My husband has carried her out to the coop, but she has no desire to stay there, even when all the others are out there. She simply follows him back when he walks back here. We've tried this 5 or 6 times, and she always comes immediately back. What can we do to encourage her to rejoin the others? Or should we just let her stay where she is comfortable and let her go back when she is ready? I am afraid to lock her up in the coop at night with the rest, because that is where and when she was pecked...I saw one of the others pecking at her on the top rung of the ladder where she was trying to settle down for the night. For now, when it is nice enough outside, we are locking her out of the garage during the day. Just this morning, the rooster went into the garage and chased her out to be with the others. It even took him 2 or 3 times to convince her to come out (pretty funny to watch). Anything we should do differently? Or just be patient?