I, unfortunately, have 5 roosters living together. Four of them have been together since hatching, then the fifth is their father. So the four get along really well, they have their own pecking order and they exist peacefully. I've had to put them together with their dad in a coop and the adult rooster is highly aggressive. They seem to have worked most of it out, but one of the roosters is now injured. I assume that he's the bottom of the pecking order. He has a cut comb and it doesn't look like they've let him eat or drink in the last day or so. Anyway, I've separated him from the rest of the flock. He's been drinking at the pond for the last 20 minutes. I fed him. I have to go back out and clean his comb and give him a good once over. My questions are: I only have one iodine swab and no liquid, can I use a antiseptic wipe with the main ingredient of Benzalkonium Chloride, 0.13%. Is that going to hurt him? I also have Johnson&Johnson cleansing wipes that have SD Alcohol 40, Benzalkonium Chloride, Propylene Glycol in them. Which ones would be the best for cleaning his comb? Second, should I just put neosporin on it, or is there something else better? I haven't had any issues like this in a while and I've just found today that my first aid kits are totally lacking in the animal AND human departments! He's not super injured that I've seen yet. I haven't looked under feathers or anything yet. So I'll update if he's really hurt. But should I give him some save-a-chick or something, to help make him feel better? Anything other special? Thanks in advance!