I went out to let the chicks out of the coop this morning, only to find blood and one little hen with only one leg! (The girls are about 4 weeks old, New Hampshire Reds.) There was a little pool of blood, and I found some feathers. I also found where the predator pried its way into the coop - all fixed, now. The chick is eating and drinking, hobbling around on one leg. I found the open wound and poured some Betadine into the wound. (Believe it or not, the skin has moved around the opening and you can hardly find the place where the leg was severed!) She was snuggling up in my hands (it is a little cool down here for us Floridians - only about 70* today!) and napping quite a bit this afternoon as I was "fixing" the coop. What else should I be doing for the chick? Anyone else have a one-legged hen do to a traumatic injury? Sunny and one-legged in Florida.