In the Brooder
- Nov 24, 2020
She needs a safe pen, temporary and makeshift if necessary, or a large crate, to be back in the flock but separate and safe. This will give everyone a chance to get used to her being back, and she can eat and drink all she wants at her own pace. It shouldn't be a problem for ther o roost with the flock at night.
But that is how I had her. When we had to put her on different bedding, she was in the middle of the run, just separated by the wire of the crate and had her own food and water. They still picked at her through the wire...someone grabbed her comb and she was bleeding (that is pretty much healed now)... and tried to eat her food.
We have been letting her sleep in a little crate in the coop at night.