So we had to hens go broody.they have successfully incubated and hatched all the chicks but 2. They left the eggs so I'm incubating them myself. They have a few days left. I have no issues dping this as I've raised dozens. The last chick to hatch was about a day or so after the others and she's tiny. She's a bantam. Well half bantam(mom) half silkie. Not sure if both parents need to be bantams. Anyway that's another story. We have two hens. Their kind of sharing the chicks. They run back and forth between the two. And the hens are inseparable so I'm guessing this may be normal mother behavior. My bantam seabright is now pecking the heck out of this poor baby. Obviously she's not excepting it. My australorp(the other momma)seems to be ok around her, but I'm going to raise her myself anyway. My question is. Should I bring all the chicks in to raise together. Or leave this chick to fend for itself once it's old enough to join the flock. I have "two" flocks now. Some girls younger than the rest who kind of stick to themselves. I don't really like the idea of seperate groups. Especially if one of the groups is going to be a single hen. And a bantam at that.She's got no chance in the pecking order correct? What should I do?