I have had chickens for about 7 years and yesterday my old bantam silkie was hiding in the coop. It appears the year old warren has started fighting with her. I'm not sure how to stop it as today she won't come out of the coop and isn't really eating unless I feed her by hand. I have set up 2 feeding stations and so on to help. I am not sure if it's a dominance thing or what and wanted some advice on how to best deal with it. She's had a rough time loosing all 6 of her companions over the years and was fine when these 2 arrived as chicks a year ago although she never bonded with them like the others. The large bluebell seems to be no issue with her just the warren. She's even going into the coop to attack her. Do I remove the warren for a while or the silkie permanently?? The other issues is now there's relentless noise from the warren like a in the mornings before the coop door has even opened (it's a dusk till dawn one) Thanks I need to sort ASAP but need to do the right thing.