Today I went outside to check on our small flock of four chickens. Everything seemed fine until I noticed a large pool of blood on the table that we keep in the pen. Lucille, our light brahma hen always loves to sit on top of it, so I immediately realized something must have happened to her. She didn't seem to be limping at all, but her foot was very bloody! I immediately rushed her in and washed the foot with warm water and aloe Vera soap. I put a dab of peroxide on the area and some safe antibiotic ointment. After rinsing off the foot, it looked as if one of her toe feathers had been ripped out completely. How, I have no idea. Is there any thing else I should do? I've isolated her from the others and I have wrapped up the toe in gauze. Also, it looks as if there's an exposed "quick" (like in dogs's nails for example). It's hanging out of the hole where the feather was. Should I just leave it alone? Thanks so much for the help. Any advice and thoughts are appreciated!