I just got 2 Rhode Island Red chicks (female) a few days ago. Theyre about 2-3 weeks old. One of them, as I can already tell, is a follower. No, I take that back, she's a BIG BABY. She HAS to follow what the other one does all the time. (They are currently living in 2x2x2 box until they get big enough to stay in the coop outside) SO they're basically always together, ie sleeping next to each other. But from day one this chick is so needy. She will chirp extra loudly when I take the other chick out of the box or somewhere where she can't see her. But if she does see her, she will fly/rush right to her. [The non-needy one does not act like a leader by means of bossing or pecking. The needy one just follows out of her own will I suppose..] I've had 2 Rhode Island Reds before and I've never had this problem. But the difference is that they stayed & slept in separate boxes and never complained when they were apart. We did have them together often enough so that they knew that eachother existed. And when they were moved to the coop, they would stay together when they were let out. They were very well behaved and followed you around the yard. So generally, I'm concerned that this behavior will develop into a habit & problem later on down road. Should I move them into separate boxes? ANY advice will be greatly appreciated!