We have 12 girls...all laying, about 7 months old. Big pen covered pen and coop-all the girls go outside everyday. It being winter, grouchy and cabin fever going on, we have one girl, Cleo, who is getting picked on. So much so that tonight when I went out to put them to bed (get them all into the coop and close the door to the pen), Cleo didn't want to go inside! She hung out in the pen, in the dark, almost crying. I eventually gently pursuaded her in. I stuck my head into the coop on my way back to the house...she was in the corner, scootched down getting her face pecked! Cleo is an americana and the one picking on her (Maxx) is a black wyndotte. I stepped in and pushed Maxx away and made a big loud ruckus. I scooped Cleo up, held her for a long time, and actually took her into the house for a break. She wasn't happy in the house (crying, shaking, etc...). I brough her back out, but am now worrying. Do I just need to seperate Maxx from the rest for a few days? What should we do?