My Wyandotte bantam hen got injured and wasn't doing very well. She got something caught around her legs and we didn't notice for a couple of days because she was just sitting whenever we looked. Well, by the time we got it off of her, she was going down hill and couldn't get around very well, so we brought her in the house where we could give her some TLC and nurse her back to health. That worked and she was ready to go back out with all the others after a couple of days. Just before this, we had gotten 6 new hens that are just about to start laying and gotten rid of our four older Leghorns that weren't laying much anymore, so the pecking order was all messed up. When we put this Wyandotte back out there she was mercilessly attacked. She was terrified and quickly found a place to hide from the others. After a while it became clear that the others would kill her if we left her in there so we got her out and she has been free-ranging around the yard for the past week or so. We've tried to reintroduce her into the flock, but they still go after her with a vengence. How can we get the others to let her back into the flock? Can it even be done, or should we just find her a new home?