I'm pretty sure if the attack was any worse I would have just culled my her. I was probably 2 days away from doing it anyway because I figured she broke her pelvis or hip area but she showed significant improvement (as in being able to walk without falling over) so almost 6 weeks later I still have her. She is walking around and back with the flock but does not roost yet and still walks with a limp but I have seen her scratch when she is out free ranging. Her energy is still down, and now she's molting so that's not helping. The problem I am having is it looks like the holes where her feathers should be are very infected. One hole in particular is oozing thick puss and she doesn't smell too good. It is on the underside of her body to the R side. Other than keeping it clean any thought on what to do? I have some triple antibiotic ointment I will put on it. Are their safe antibiotics given orally or SQ that are safe for chickens? I have an old country semi-retired Veterinarian just around the corner that I might be able to get something from if needed. You can see doesn't feel too good. Poor girly! There are 3 holes that look bad but the worst one you can barley see. It is to the Left of the 2 that are easily seen. The skin all around and under her leg is hard, misshapen, and very yellow. Will this get better?