I feel like I'm starting too many threads, but there's no limit to how many questions a person can have, right? My buttons were raised with two coturnix quails. The coturnix quails are both female, and one has cross beak. Yesterday I noticed my blue breasted button hen was going bald and her feathers were messy on her back. She sleeps with my silver red breasted male and a white (unknown gender) button, so I thought it was nothing. Today all three of the buttons have it! Still no injury. I thought I had removed the aggressive male button with his lady a long time ago... I did, but now the remaining are losing feathers. I don't suspect the coturnix lady with cross beak. She has it too severe to grab feathers. So is the healthy coturnix girl being a bully? What should I do about this, since I have no more hutches or containers? And if I do separate her, she will be lonely suggestions? Thanks!