Hello! I have read lots of great advice on how to introduce new chickens to an established flock, and how to assimilate new chicks into your flock, etc. But how do I introduce a "artificially" incubated chick to her parents? My entire flock consists of her parents - one hen, one rooster. My hen has never ever been broody (that I could tell), so I don't think I can sneak the chick in for her to raise... I was thinking to wait until the chick is comfortable with outdoor temperatures and is fully feathered, and then section off part of the coop with chicken wire as a retreat for the chick, so that she has her own space, and they have theirs, and they would eventually reach an agreement. How does that sound? They will have to be in the coop together whenever/ however I introduce them since I don't have the freedom to free-range them right now. Any advice is appreciated, thanks!