Hello, When I get home from work I let my 4 almost-seven-week old pullets out of their run to do some free-ranging (aka, follow me around the yard). Yesterday, when it was time for them to have dinner and go to bed I led the way back to the coop and 3 out of 4 followed me. My Buff Orp got left behind and looked like a deer in headlights, too afraid to move. She started squawking in fear and I stopped and tried to encourage her to catch up. My Australorp took it one step further and went and got her (!!) and came back to us together. Was this sisterly behavior or roo behavior? My first thought was "Nooo! Please don't be a roo!" But then I thought, maybe she is just top sistah chicken? She hasn't ever shown behavior like this. Then I started thinking about it and yesterday while they were free-ranging, anytime they would come out from the safety of the woods to join me, they were led by her. They've only been out in their coop for 4 days so it's possible they are starting to develop an order that I'm not aware of. Thanks for any advice!