My favorite Hyline hen Petunia has a terrible looking backside. I think she may have laid a no shell egg and the other three girls picked her bum incessantly. There was blood everywhere and they kept chasing her around and wouldn't stop. Now she needs a bath, but should I try to put on some Neosporin on the wound after the bath. We will have to keep her seperate until when? Is it until she completely heals or when her feathers grow back? She seems normal other than the bloody poopy backside, eating and drinking fine, but not laying (which is unusual for her being she is a production laying cross) We just had to put one down on Mother's Day for internal lay. I hope this isn't the same thing. It is going to be 94 degrees today. Do I have to blow her dry, or will the heat do that?