Originally Posted by ngruttemey
I would cover the area with Neosporin heavy
and thick during the times it's happening. It will help if there are any open wounds too.
Thanks for the advice! Both girls have grown a lot of feathers since I've had them separated for about two months now! Bertha (the mean one) has a ton of feathers, and it's very obvious now that she is part silkie. She is still just as mean as ever though. She shares a coop with the rooster, Goliath. She has to stay separated when I let them all out to free range because I think she is even meaner now than she was before. Percy still has some bare areas on her butt, but it has definitely filled in a lot since she moved into the coop with the young hens. Now if only I could get Bertha to get along with everyone else!
Bertha & Percy visiting from opposite sides of the fence