I got a knock on the door this morning at 7am and the kid next door said two of my birds were fighting and one wasn't moving. He walked down his side of the fence and I ran out back. I saw one of my broodies with some marks on her comb, but he called me over and pointed the other out. I found my Sunshine laying against the wire and when I picked her up, her entire head was bleeding. She couldn't even open her eyes. I think what happened is, Sunshine is a really good mom and takes in the extra babies. She must have gotten to close to the other hen's chick and she attacked her. The kid said my FBCM roo, Pierre broke up the fight. Really impressed him. He said the rooster ran over and broke it up and chased off the other broody, then went and guarded Sunshine. He wouldn't let the others near her. I saw him when I ran for her, but was affraid he was also attacking her, since she was bleeding so badly. I cleaned her up. I didn't think she was goin got make it at all, but other than the pecks she seems alright. Not drinking so I'm dipping her beak once in a while. She's fighting that though, because her head and face is so swollen, she can't see. I have no idea if her eyes are damaged, because she can't open them. She stands and doesn't lay down. I think she laid down for maybe 20 minutes all day. Tried to get her to eat, but she's not having any of that. So my problem is swelling. He head is about twice the normal size. I've cleaned it and smeared triple antibiotic gel on it, but I need to get the swelling down. I'm tried ice, but she fights it and opens the wounds. I can't afford to take myself to a doctor, so I can't afford a vet. I've taken care of a lot of wounded birds and helped others with theirs, but I need some ideas about the swelling. I think if it goes down, she'll be able to see and that alone with be a lot of help. Any ideas?