Three years ago, I let my niece and nephew get 6 chickens for Easter. We were down to four, and it has been a fairly enjoyable experience, so this year, I let them pick out four more. They are varying breeds...my older hens are 2 New Hampshire Reds, 1 Americauna and 1 Black Australorp. We wanted two more New Hampshire Reds (because of their docile temperament) and two more Americaunas for their colored eggs. The store was out of New Hampshire Reds, so we ended up with two Americaunas and two Salmon Faverolles. Everything went fine when we introduced the new hens to the existing flock...minor pecking order establishment, but nothing serious or lasting. A month ago, my black Salmon Faverolles had a heat stroke and could not even stand up at all for nearly two days. I have since been working with her and she is FINALLY back to normal. Halfway through her recovery, we made her a special run adjacent to the run for the other hens. She really perfers being outside instead of in the smaller cage inside...except at night, of course. A week ago, I tried letting her in with the others for a little bit of supervised playtime to see how she would do. My other Salmon Faverolles hen picked a fight with her almost immediately...not pecking, but an actual fight. I tried again the next day but had the same result. My husband suggested that it may be food jealousy because they can see and smell her food but can't reach it, so I moved her food to the other end of her run. It has been four days now and I just tried putting them together again but immediately a fight broke out. Necks stretched up, hard pecking and flogging, so I had to separate them again. After putting my formerly sick chicken (Hot Wing) back in her own run, I tried to pick the other one (Snowshoe)up and she bit me! Neither hen has a problem with any of the others and I REALLY need to get them all back together but I don't want wither of my Faverolles to get injured. WHAT DO I DO????