Hello everyone. I noticed yesterday that the lower part of our 12-week-old buff cochin's left wing was hanging close to the ground. We looked under his wing and his bone was exposed and there was a little bit of dried blood. He has always been a quiet bird and quite a loner, but before we noticed his wing he was sitting in the corner by himself and showing no interest in coming outside (we only let them out when we are home and sitting out there with them). When he did come outside, he was shaking a little, but he was having fun eating cucumbers and not panting at all. He is still able to move his wing, but it is hard to tell if the bone ripped from the shoulder and the muscle is holding it there or if the bone is still somewhat attached. We mixed some peroxide and water and squirted the wound. We then wrapped his wing against the body with an ace bandage. We put him in a dog kennel in the coop to keep him separated. Today when we went out there, he had managed to undo his wrap. He seemed a little better in that he was walking around a lot more and eating up a storm. We didn't re-bandage him immediately to let the wound air out a little. Of course, he pecked at it and it started bleeding. We put an abdominal gauze bandage around him this time and secured the ace bandage a little better also. He is trying to get it off, but without luck. Are we doing the right thing? I'm worried that if the bone is torn completely off, it won't reattach. Also, in this case, should we be putting neosporin on the wound? Does it need to air out or is keeping the bandage on and wing in place more important? We have 11 araucana/americaunas also and we suspect this may have happened as a result of them jumping on him. We noticed a few were always trying to roost on him in their evening frenzy to get into place. I am actually not sure yet if he is male or female, but I have always thought he's a male. This is our first chicken injury, so any help would be great! I know taking him to a vet would be ideal, but its not really an option for us.