Ok..so we rescued an injured pigeon. Well...right now he/she is in the garage with food and water, but we can't catch him/her yet. We think that the wing is broke, but we aren't sure since we can't look at it yet. Anyway, we put some sulfadimethoxine in the water just in case she is sick and will eventually give her a dewormer. A local rehabber said that wild pigeons here don't carry much that is transmittable to chickens other than Cocci, which I hope the antibiotic will treat and possibly worms..which again, that treatment is coming. She appears very healthy, normal poops, bright eyes and bushy tailed (ok, so her feathers are actually flat and shiny). But, the longer it takes for us to catch her (she runs fast!), the more I worry that she won't be releasable. So..here's my question...if she can't be released because of her wing, can she be in with the chickens (of course after treatment with antibiotic and dewormer)? How does feeding work if she were in there with our girls (she is eating a dove seed mix)?