Went to open the pop door to allow hens to roam the run this morning and it's a bloody mess. All of them seem to be in good shape but my RIR has a peak off her comb to be almost severed off . The blood is clotted and it doesn't seem to be bleeding anymore. I'm not sure how it happened the coop is 12x4 with 6 hens and one silkie roo. I did introduce 3 of the hens later ( partridge cochins) those three stick together and often stay in the coop all day. Not sure if it's a pecking order thing going on or if having the heat lamp on 24/7 is the problem with no down time for them. I have them all on 16% layer with crushed oyster shells added into the feed. I change the water at least once a day and make sure its not frozen at night before bed. Now for the questions. For her comb should I leave it be and hope it heals on its own or should I intervene with some neosporin .I'm going to turn the light off at night for them to rest and just deal with frozen water in the A.M. . Now with the amount if blood in the coop, I've never had anything happen thus far to my birds so my question is do combs normally bleed like crazy or would the splatters and drops allover the coop indicate a struggle happening?was another hen or worse were most of them pecking at the sign of blood?