Hi My SLW got attacked by a hawk about 3 weeks ago. The gash is healed from that, BUT it coincided with or brought on her first molt. She was in her own small coop for the first 10 days while she recooperated. But she clearly wanted to be in the big run and the big coop with the other 3 girls. PROBLEM: The other 3 hens are picking on her. Before the hawk and the molt, she held her own and there was no pecking or mean-girl stuff. But now they peck her neck and keep her away from the food ( I have 2 feeders out) and bug her when she goes to a quiet corner to roost. She cowers away from them and I get the feeling she isn't resting and eating as well as she would if she were back in her own small coop (right next to the the others - she can see them). 1) Should I keep her on her own until the feathers fill out over her neck and she is 100% spunky? 2) Does keeping her apart make the mean-girl stuff worse? I know chickens will be chickens, but there was a healthy balance before the hawk attack and now that she is weaker, the balance is off. Will we get it back? Thanks!