So I have three hens, two of them came together after my first hen. My first hen is definitely top hen but I can't work out if there is any pecking order below that. So the two that came together never go for each other, One of these hens gets completely left alone it would appear, by the top hen. The other one seems to be getting her tail feathers pulled out. From that I thought the one getting her tail feathers pulled out was the bottom of the pecking order, however she will go and eat beside the top hen sooner than her buddy. She seems very wary of me and stays away from top hen where ever possible which makes me wonder if she is at the very nervy bottom hen? Lastly one of these two hens is not laying at all I think, since having all three hens I have only collected three eggs twice since August! I'm trying to work out which one isn't laying and guess I might need to do some more invasive investigation (Check out their butts) . They seem to get along most of the time and I only seem to find the feathers in the coop but I'm wondering if there is stress which is causing one of them not to lay at all? I have enough space and to stay away from the top hen in the coop they are on different roosts, so I think if anything is happening in there it's in the morning while I wait to get out. Any advice on the pecking order, tail feather pulling or the laying will be greatly received. Thanks!