Hi, I have a sizzle who sat broody for a little over a month. She hatched out one chick, but abandoned it. We put her in the broody breaker inside the flock's safe run area (where we lock them in when we can't be out with them- hawks are a big issue here) and let her have a week or so to feed and drink and readjust to being around the "big girls". She has always been lowest in the pecking order, but now the other girls are just being super bad about picking at her and chasing her. She spent an hour this morning just hiding in the coop, not coming out, for fear the big hens will chase her. I have seen that she's trying to get re established. She keeps challenging the other Silkie girl, but when she does, one of the GLWs rushes in and plucks feathers from her neck. I've seen her get hassled by all of our BO's, our GLWs, and the Silkie. The EEs seem to be indifferent; she sometimes takes refuge behind the EE who is at the top of the pecking order(???) and that hen will just leave her be. Right now, they're wandering around the backyard, and the Sizzle is about 20 yards away from the nearest hen--very far from the flock. So, should I just let them do their thing? Should I separate the GLW, since she seems to be the worst "bully" right now? Should I put the Sizzle back in the broody breaker in the run for a few more days? Thanks!