One of the hens survived a fox attack, and has been being nursed back to health back up in the house. It's only been about a week, and already her one wound has a nice scab over it, and she's been acting very caged up! So I brought her back down to the flock today (with some pine tar covering her scab so they wouldn't peck at it) but all the other chickens went straight to beating her up, the rooster especially. She was pinned down by a couple of hens and squawking like crazy, so I brought her back up to the house. She immediately relaxed in her pen in the house, went straight to eating and made a contented cooing sound. So is there anything I can do to introduce her to where she's not being beat up? I figured they would remember her since it was only a week ago, but they seem to be treating her like a new chicken. I guess I can move her pen down there and let them get used to her again through the wire, but I was hoping not to go through all that. Any suggestions? Any truth to the old wives tale that if you bring her (or any new chicken) into the hen house at night and place her on a roost with the others sleeping that they will accept her without problems the next morning? This poor thing has already been so traumatized by the whole fox ordeal, I feel badly leaving her somewhere that she has to be so afraid. And I'd feel even worse if she survived the fox only to be pecked to death.... Thanks for any advice!