With the AI being so close to southern Indiana I am nervous! Of course I'm nervous any time I hear a sneeze while the girls are dust bathing!
Chickens are amazing healers in physical problems! I had one pullet either get caught in something or pecked to the point of a big piece of skin on the back of her head scraped mostly off. She looked like her hair piece was out of whack. I ended up cutting the whole piece off because there was no way to re-attach it. She didn't even squack or flip out while I was fixing her up. That was two weeks ago and I can hardly tell she had an injury.
Last weekend my brother's dog was home visiting and he believes a good chicken is a chicken in his mouth. He got a pullet that was on the wrong side of the fence and it had a wing and side puncture wound and some feathers pulled from its rear. I cleaned her up and now she is doing great as well!
So the physical stuff I can deal with since I basically have a small vets office in my garage due to working in an urgent care and sometimes stuff gets "expired."
thats awesome you have plenty on hand to work with.