I'm pretty sure her bald spots started out as normal molting, and that began early summer, but those spots are still there, and one of them looks angry red. Do you think the other hens are pecking at her? (She is the bottom of the pecking order, but what I see is the other hens pecking in her direction to scare her away, rather than pecking feathers out). Or do you think there could be another problem, i.e. skin infection or parasite? I applied Rooster Booster Pick-No-More once a day for 3 days, and it didn't seem to improve. Ideas are welcome, thank you!! Tara Just background info, I have 6 hens altogether. None of the other ones have bald spots, although my other Americauna has thinned feathers, from molting as well, I assume. They are pastured on fresh grass and moved once a week, and spend nights in a little coop with hay bedding.