So for some reason, this baby chick was rejected by its moms, and I say mom's because the 2 mother hens are raising their chicks altogether. When I went down to the coop this morning to see how everyone was doing, I saw this chick all by itself and when it went over to get some food, the mother hens started attacking it and it started to cry. I tried, leaving it in a different part of the coup in a carrier and all it would do is cry and cry. I picked the check up and all of a sudden it stopped and started to go to sleep.. There were 3 other eggs left behind and I hear some chirping in them. So I brought a huge box inside with the heat lamp, put the eggs in it along with the baby chick, and all she did was cry again.. The only time it stops is when I am holding it, but I can't hold it all day, so this is what I came up with. Has anybody else had to hold a baby chick a lot because it was the only way to keep it happy?