Here is what I have so far - Adults (4) 2yr old Hens and 1 Rooster, age unknown. Teens, 1 White Americana about 12 weeks old and 1 Wynondote about 10 weeks old. The Americana is definitely on top chicky here. Babies, 1 silky 6 weeks and 1 RIR 6 weeks, these guys are wonderful together. The adults free range and go in thier own coop at night, the teens are in a separate coop with a small run and the babies are in a large rabbit type hutch which we move outside during the day and at night they go in the garage with a light. The other day, I tried to introduce the babies to the teens and the American instantly went after my RIR baby so I separated them. So I tried to put the Americana with the adults outside thinking since she was a bully maybe she'd do better with the adults, not hardly. The roo ignored her but one of the other hens went straight for the throat and took a big chunk of feathers out, the other hens didn't have a chance to notice her before I put everyone back were they were. I really don't like having three separate cages for them and would prefer them all to free range together. How can I make this happen peacefully? I had no idea it would take so long to integrate everyone and getting chicks in the winter has been hard as my husband is tired of chickens in garage.