My husband and I brought home 11 rescue chickens, they were living without food and there were WAY too many roosters in such a small space, needless to say the hens are missing a ton of feathers on their backs and the Polish chickens are missing head feathers. We brought home the 11 we were interested in, although we could have brought home another 15 big roosters! We have ISA browns right now in the actual chicken coop, and the new birds are in the barn under quarantine, although the sheep and goats are none to happy about their new barn mates. There are 5 Buff Orpintons and 1 rooster together in the largest stall, 2 Polish roosters that seem to get along (they were kept together at their old home) in the largest rabbit hutch, 1 RIR and 1 unknown hen in the large dog kennel, 1 Polish hen in another rabbit hutch and then another unknown in another hutch. Does this seem okay? I know chickens are flock animals and they can all see each other, but I don't want to stuff everyone into the large stall and watch them start pecking, or the roosters to start fighting again. I'll try to post pictures of the missing feathers and the unknown chickens after work, hopefully someone can tell me what they are and let me know if they can even be saved. They all had a very good appetite last night and this morning, and all their poops seems normal. Any ideas on how long it will take for them to grow back their feathers? Any medicines I should get into them? Tips or tricks? Some of the hens literally look half plucked on their backs! Thanks for all your help! I've been a long time lurker on these forums but this is my first post after I realized I need some help! Thanks again! Pictures to come when I get back from work.