We have 2 hens inside, completely separate from the other 2, suffering from impacted crops/egg bound and they're starting to look on the mend. We decided, that because they've only been gone 2 days, it would be best to let them spend ten minutes together under supervision, as to not forget each other. However, as soon as they were in the coop together the 2 who had been left in the coop/run started quite violently pecking at Polly, who instantly started lowering herself to the ground. We've still not quite figured out what the pecking order is, but can only presume the other that's been ill is top dog, so to speak, as she was left alone. We are now worrying about re-introducing them. I know a lot of people say to create a barrier, allow the pecking order to reform etc... but is there anything different when reintroducing 2 hens? Is it easier? Should it be done the same way as if only 1 hen had been quarantined? The 2 sick birds have been together a little and in the same room but separate crates, will there be problems between them when they are well again? Thanks in advance!