I have a Speckled Sussex/Gold Brabanter cross rooster. He is 7 1/2 months old. He has been a pretty nice boy - didn't even start crowing until he was 6 months old. He seems to be nice to all of the hens except one. I noticed some of her feathers on her back were missing a couple of weeks ago. I thought she had been attacked by a hawk. Then I started noticing that she has separated herself from the flock. Finally I saw Fly, the rooster, jump on her and not even try to mate with her. He just jumped up and down on her back and pulled feathers out and the poor girl was squatting for him and everything! Then he chased her away. I have witnessed this daily for the last week or so. If I am out with the flock I'll try to stop him from doing it. But I can't stay out there all day. He doesn't treat any of the other hens like that. What is going on? He really goes after her with a vengeance. I ordered a hen saddle for her so she can possibly grow her feathers back. What should I do? Is there anything I can do? She is definitely low bird in the pecking order. I'm just concerned because she is getting so beat up and has also lost weight because she doesn't get to the food as often as she used to. She was once a very bossy girl. What gives with this bad boy?