I'm raising 3 chicks, two wyandottes and a wellsummer, they're all about 6 weeks right now. I've spent HEAPS of time with them, nearly an hour or more most days for 5 weeks straight. The wyandottes are extremely sweet, loving and comfortable with me. They're also polite and happily feed side by side. The wellsummer however is a tyrant. She jumps on the other two, pushes them off perches and shoves them out of the way of food (my poor gold laced gives up trying) . She hates me, making a scene if I so much as go close. She tries to peck me in the eye regularly and succeeded once, and I swear she looks at me like she wants me to burn in the fiery pits of hell. She's always been like this, but I treated her for pasty butt at about 2 weeks (it took less than 5 mins) and I'm wondering if she still remembers that and hates me because of it. I've read that wellsummers are extremely friendly and wyandottes are meant to be the bullies. I just keep telling myself 'think of the pretty eggs she'll lay'! Is it uncommon to get rid of a perfectly good hen because of their turd-ish personality? Will she grow out of it? Thanks in advance.