I was with my 12 & 13 week old flock in their coop/run. I heard a commotion that sounded like the cockerel trying to mount the Pullet and her resistance/fussing and then noticed my 13 week old EE Pullet had a feather from my 13 week old silkie cockerel in her mouth. The silkie cockerel was trying to figure out how to escape and Amelia Bedillia, my EE Pullet, started what sounds like coughing/trying to clear something from her throat. This was an hour ago. It's still going on and worse at times. I've got a video that shows kind of what she's doing but my connection is awful and it's taking forever to upload to YouTube. While we're waiting on the video so I can share the link, does anyone have any ideas? Right now, she's separated from the flock (please overlook all of the dog hair on the floor, as it's been a busy weekend and day) and I'm not sure if I should keep her separated or not. She's gobbling up meal worms but doesn't want her mash (wet all flock) or water. She took a taste of nutri drench but that's it.