Poor Sweepea was in the same brooder with two peachicks that were two weeks younger than her and three peachicks that were three weeks younger than her. One morning when we were feeding we heard a ruckus in their brooder and poor little Sweepea was just standing there with her head on the floor letting the two younger peas peck and tear her eyelid bloody. We pulled Sweepea out and put her in her own cage by herself where she has been living for the last three weeks. Today we sanitized and readied a new brooder with an outside run and moved Sweepea, the peas that she used to be with and about fifteen three, four, and five week old peas out to the new digs. It did not take long for the same two peas to start picking on Sweepeas eyelids blooding them in the process. Again she just puts her head down and let them do it. They are also picking on most of the younger ones as well but they run away. I need to do something asap to protect the wee ones, Sweepea is back inside for now but eventually she needs to go out with the flock, she has outgrown her cage.. Back in the 80's I used to raise pheasants and when I had picking problems I put blinders on the offenders. I don't really want to have to do that but what other options do I have?