Hello! We have a small flock of 4 chickens. One of our Australorps has been broody, so she's been separated from the other chickens until she works out her issues. We decided to separate her the other day when our other 3 birds would not go into the coop- they were definitely afraid of her (I think she was going after the other chickens). One of our other chickens, our California White, seems to be depressed or stressed out. She seems to have bared the brunt of the broody hens attacks, and definitely has some pecking wounds on her comb. Her tail is droopy and she seems a little lethargic. I also thought her comb looked a little pale yesterday. She will perk up if we let the chickens out of the run to range in our yard, and she is still eating and drinking water. She is still laying eggs, her poop looks normal, and I didn't see any signs of crop issues. We let the broody Austrolorp out in the yard to range with the other chickens yesterday, and the White's mood noticeably changed while the Australorp was out. She immediately stopped wandering around the yard and her tail drooped. Is she just stressed from being around the broody hen? Should I be worried about something else? Thank you!