I have five chicks, First pair: Pollito (head rooster), Pollita (hen), Third chick: Stew aka Baby (rooster), Second pair: Pot Pie (rooster), Brownie (hen) . I got them at different times, I got the first two in October, the third one in November and the last two last week. Stew and Pollito settled their pecking order in one day. Pollito and Pot Pie are completely different and continue to fight. I had hoped it would go the same way as Pollito and Stew but Pot Pie refuses to give in and continues to fight back. Brownie is allowed to sleep in the coop at night but during the day she is forced to sit with Pot Pie in a corner. If she tries to eat, drink or walk around in the run she gets chased back to Pot Pie. I know three roosters are two to many. Stew is allowed full range of the coop and run. Pot Pie is not allowed out of his corner, if he moves from his area he will get attacked by which ever one sees him first. If Pollito doesn't see him first he will go after him once Pot Pie is back in his corner. The same goes for Brownie, she has to stay in the corner with him until night time then she is allowed inside the coop. Has anyone else dealt with something like this? I'm going to give it another day or two and if things don't improve between them then I will get rid of Pot Pie. The only thing I can think about why Pot Pie is treated the way he is, is because he continues to fight back. Stew never fought back, he was let loose in the run and Pollito chased Pollita into the coop then went after Stew. It was a one way fight that left Stew out in the cold for one night. The next day it was like they were old friends with an occasional peck from Pollito when Stew got to close to Pollita. Any suggestions on how to handle this? The only time all five are together is when I walk into the run, then they all scatter or all five jump on top of the coop and sit there until I walk back out of the run. Then Pot Pie gets attacked and chased back to his corner, Brownie gets the same treatment. Thanks in advance for helping!