I have a little Americauna that I added to my existing flock, and she is chased away from the food by some of the others. She is the only one not raised with the others, and is a few weeks younger. The others are 26 weeks old now, they have been together since they were 8 weeks. She is afraid of all the other hens. It's been ok in the summer, because they free-range and she has many places to hide and other food sources (grass, apples, bugs), but I don't know what I'm going to do in the winter. On days that they are in the coop due to rain, her crop isn't full at night like the other hens. I'm thinking of putting her in a separate cage in the garage for the winter, but worry that she may be lonely. She is the sweetest little thing, very cuddly. I just worry that if she doesn't get enough to eat she won't make it through the winter. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I don't know if I could rehome her to a better situation.