I have 2 roosters that seem to be causing a lot of anxiety for 2 of my hens. One hen in particular has been hiding out in the coop for the passed week now. Even for TREAT TIME! I've tried picking her up and bringing her out into the run but if our rooster, Chowder, even looks in her direction, she hops up on the ramp and goes back inside. I've even had to provide her with her own food and water dishes inside the coop. Our other hen will slowly make her way out in the morning but gets attacked by our roo, Franklin, multiple times throughout the day. If he attacks her inside the coop, she huddles herself into a corner face first and lays there frozen with fear. It's SO SO sad to see. I was hoping the boys would learn a gentler way to go about getting what they want but it just seems to be getting worse. I'm working on re-homing both roos, but is there anything else I can do?? Is this normal behavior? I know that it's normal for a rooster to have a "favorite" hen to mate but this is just brutal and the girls don't take it well at all. I feel so bad for them! Has anyone else experienced anything like this?