We found him huddled in a corner bleeding yesterday morning along with a grown hen who had pushed open a trap door to get to his area. Upon inspection it looks like all the feathers and skin were yanked out of his neck and he has a puncture wound at the base of the back of his neck. We did nail the trap door shut between the chicks' pen and the grownups coop to prevent further attacks (the babies were received from a hatchery at one day old April 5 so they don't have a mother hen) and brought little Splash into the house for care. We did rinse his neck with peroxide and applied Neosporin generously and put him in a clean pen with food, water and the red heat lamp. He actually seems happy, he's hopping on top of his feeder, eating and drinking and we did not put any other babies in with him, thinking the company would not be useful if he got pecked further on his injuries. We are new to this and would appreciate any advice that would increase his chances for recovery. We've had chickens lose feathers due to roo love and they grew back, but do you think his skin will grow back?