Hi there...recently introduced new chicks to my flock slowly by keeping my five week olds in a wire pen inside the run while my four month olds spend the day doing what they do in the run with the little guys in view. Then, after a couple weeks I put them in the coop in the middle of the night for the older gals and guys (6 pullets, 3 cockerels) to roost. At first everything was good. There was some pecking order established but nothing overly violent. They come out into the run in the morning and go into the coop at night for five days. Somewhere in there a predator got into the run during day three and carried off one of my chicks. (But I'm not going to talk too much about that because I'm pretty shook up and blaming myself) I go out this morning to open the coop and two of my chicks have wedged themselves behind some mesh between the studs of the wall. The third is walking in circles with what looks like a lump on her neck. I picked her up to see that her skin was hanging off her neck and I'm staring right at muscle,bone,esophagus and jugular. At this point I'm flipping out and crying for my husband and ran inside with her. Anyhow, we cut away the feathers and cleaned out the wound with warmed peroxide and put veterycin on it, pulled the skin flap back into place, bandaged her wound tight and med tape. She's resting in a sling made from a towel. Any suggestions for how to feed and water her for a few days? Any other suggestions to do anything else for her I haven't thought of? Anything will be greatly appreciated.