i received my first ever shipment of chicks this afternoon -pretty exciting stuff. my husband and i definitely just spent the last 5 hours huddled over them. we have 4 BR and 4 LB. i've got them all set up in their brooder. red light is on with temps between 90-95 under it. paper towels are covering the pine pellets. nipple waterers are going like gang busters and the chicks learned to use them super fast. i elevated the feeder an inch or so so they have to do a little stretch to get to it and can't really walk on it. everyone is pooping and scrambling about eating and drinking. BUT, we have one severe eye pecker. when i first put them in their brooder they all were pecking anything and everything, but after teaching them about the food and the water and everything, 7 of them have almost completely stopped pecking each other at all. One of the little BR persists though. she knows how to eat and drink; we repeatedly held her over the food and under the waterer until she pecked them on her own. the second we set her down though, she targets all the other chicks eyes immediately. goes straight for them, whoever is closest. and it's not just an exploratory peck. it's a peck where she holds on as they kick to get away from her, screaming their devastating chick screams. she is like a bulldog with their shiny little eyes. so, we have resorted to putting their little shipping container back in the brooder and putting her in it. she is separated but there are little holes that she can quasi see the others through. she has her own food, water, and enough light. she is of course peeping her little head off with unhappiness over this situation, which has the others worried as well. i'm hoping she will get over the pecking in a couple days and can rejoin the others but who knows. any further thoughts on what we can do?