Went to go count beaks tonight and one of the chickens hadn't gotten up on the roost yet. In the dim light I could see blood on her head. Brought her in to spend the freezing night in the people-house. When trying to clean her wound, I can see she has a loose flap of skin that comes off the wound (think a bad toupee that flips over in the wind) when she shakes her head. If it weren't for the blood and some tissue, I'll bet I could see her scalp. I've read over and over how tough birds are and how they can recover from horrible maulings. I'm hoping this is the case, here. I sprayed vetrimycin on it. Should I put some neosporin on it? If this were a human, I'd say stitches were in order, but we have no vets around here. (We're remote.) IS there a way to hold the skin in place to let it reattach in the right place? I don't know for sure, but I'd guess a rooster is responsible. The cut is behind the comb. She's a 7 month-old Buff Orp. Thank you for any help you can give.