This morning I found my favorite hen with some bleeding on her comb. I noticed blood splattered next to her roosting spot, so she must have gotten pecked at by one of the others;( she is definitely at the bottom of the pecking order and I think that is why she is my favorite. She is also very sweet;( Anyway, I brought her into the house and cleaned her up and applied some blu kote. Took her back outside and one of the other hens immediately zoned in on that comb with Blukote on it. So I brought her back in, washed all the Blukote off, dried it and applied neosporin to her comb. Took her back out and so far much better. It has also been very cold here the past week, with highs in the teens during the day! I think her comb is a bit damaged from getting pecked and perhaps a little frost damage;(? I am thinking Blukote may actually not be appropriate for applying to a comb? What do you all think? Thanks!