My wyandotte has turned into a total boss. She's picking the head of my australorp all the time...enough that feathers are constantly missing. Happens especially when any food is introduced, and when they are trying to settle onto the roost at night. I went out there tonight to turn the garage light off and she had the australorp backed up behind the waterer in this tiny corner, and wouldn't let her out. It's not like they are starving for space, and it's only the two of them. The mamma and the "children" are in a tractor. Is this considered feather picking? I've heard that's hard to stop.