First, I noticed some tiny orange spots on one of my muscovy hen's caruncles. She is acting fine. She is molting, but so are the others and none of them have these spots. I will try to get a pic, but I am doubting my success of getting a good shot. The only thing I read was about orange on caruncles was that they could be becoming broody or are anemic. She is not even close to being broody. Not, sure how she would be anemic either as she gets a complete diet through an all flock feed the same as the others. Am I just being too observant? Or is there something to be concerned about? My other question has to do with the flock. I have 3 hens and one drake. The drake likes all the girls. But, one of them gets picked on and ostericised by the leading duck hen. So much so, that if I have a treat, I have to feed her separately. I also think the drake favors her. She looks a bit different than the other two as she has a white head and the other two are splotched with brown (so they look almost identical). The one that gets picked on is not the one with the orange spots. However, I had one hen who suprisingly laid about 4 eggs a few weeks ago. I am pretty sure it is the odd duck out. Anyway, if I added a few more hens, do you think it would help so she isn't singled out? Or would they still behave the same way with her for whatever reasons? She is my favorite - but she has always been more curious (until she started molting and then she stayed her distance, but I understand molting is uncomfortable).