I have 10 hens. 9 in the pen and 1 who is now living in the basement, as she doesn't thrive in with the other girls. I am currently feeding the Dumor Layer 16% to my girls. The ones in the pen, I have been noticing a lot of picking at each other, and here lately they have been eating each other's feathers. I have quite a few hens with bald spots from the picking. This is the info from the TSC web site for the Dumor crumbles : Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min.) 16.00%, Lysine (min.) .70%, Methionine (min.) .35%, Crude Fat (min.) 2.50%, Crude Fiber (max.) 7.00%, Calcium (Ca) (min.) 3.80%, Calcium (Ca) (max.) 4.80%, Phosphorus (P) (min.) .50%, Salt (NaCl) (min.) .25%, Salt (NaCl) (max.) .75%, Ruminant meat and bone meal free. Should I switch to a different brand? If so, it would have to be one that offers crumbles, as my picky ladies do not like the pellets. Also, additional bit of info - they do have access to a fenced in yard. But, of course it is picked bare. They don't get out for free range. And I am using them only as layer birds.