Saturday a strong storm blew open the gate between two runs and the two roos got into a fight. I was at work and didn't see him until Sunday morning. He was holding his head kinda twisted to the side the most injured side up. Some times twisting almost upside down. That eye has a very large pupil. He wasn't getting around well and shaking, so I brought him inside. He was more black and swollen on that side by Sunday night. But seemed to be a little better at balancing and not shaking. His crop had a little food in it, so he ate some, but I didn't see him eat. Still tilting the head with the bad side up. This morning he started to crow at his normal time. Has crowed a few times through out the day. He has been eating some egg and hand-feeding formula mixed. Little bits here and there. I put some aspirin in his water, but I haven't seen him drink. I don't know what else to do for him. He has been been in fights quite a few times and looked much worse as far as visible injuries, but kept going and recovered. He is just a little mixed breed, but the best rooster ever (except thinking he is the king of the world and always trying to prove it). His girls are just lost without him. At this point I don't think it's best for him to be outside, but I wonder if bringing one of the hens inside with him would be good. I think one of his hens would be happy to come into the house. Maybe just at night for company? His hens have never pecked at his wounds before. I did take him out for a few minutes to see the girls. He started to crow, but then started to shake and twist his head even more. I think it was just too much for him and he got too excited.