Hi everybody, I have 2 large fowl hens, whom I raised from day-olds, who are now in their 3rd year. It seems like each year around late autumn when the hens start moulting the dominant hen (an Easter Egger) starts attacking the submissive hen (a Rhode Island Red). She always gets feathers plucked and at least some blood is drawn. We've come up with various ways to combat this each of the two times, but what I'm really wondering now is if adding a third hen to the flock who can stand up to Edna (the Easter Egger) will break up the social structure and give Edna a distraction from poor Tori (the Rhode Island Red) come next moulting-time. We don't really need more eggs, so any breed that's not submissive and maybe cool-looking as a bonus will do. Any ideas anyone?