Hello, I am trying to decide what to do with a pullet of mine. She is 8 months old. I noticed blood on the feeder today, and I traced it back to one of my Barred Rocks. Apparently, she is being pecked by one of my Rhode Island Reds. The area on her comb is not too bad, but I am concerned about what will happen if I allow this to continue. On her comb she has some black specks that I assume is from getting pecked by the other pullet. I cleaned her comb and applied some Neosporin to the area. I tried putting her back with the other three Rhode Island Reds, but this one particular pullet still wants to peck her. My question: is it possible to introduce the Barred Rock (that is getting pecked) to my other two Barred Rocks that are in a chicken tractor together? They are also eight months old as well. The problem there, I tried putting her with the two Barred Rocks, to see what will happen; and one of them came over and started fighting with her. I was thinking maybe a gradual process might work by putting her in a small cage next to the Barred Rocks so they can get used to each other. She does not seem too attached to the other Rhode Island Reds. When I let them out to free range together, she usually stays by herself.