I have 6 13 week pullets (and a cockerel) that were added to my flock of 7 hens. The chicks along with their "foster mother" have kind of formed themselves into their own little flock at this point. As they've gotten older they've gotten more flack from the hens and are now afraid to go into the coop when any of the hens are in there. It's raining outside and they're still just sitting at the end of the run getting wet. They've been in there since they were day olds, and now they're too afraid to assert themselves and get something to eat. My concern is that they are not eating enough. I can't put another feeder in there because they're afraid to go inside because they'll get chased out, and I can't have them depending on me to give them their own feeding time and keep the hens away. They eat when I let them out for supervised free range time, but I can't let them out when I don't have time to watch them. What do you do about this kind of thing? I feel like the babies are just gonna be hungry until they assert themselves and get some food. They are pretty close in size to the hens now so they can put up a pretty good fight.