Yesterday I noticed that my BO's head looked very dirty. Upon closer inspection I realized it was dried blood from what looks to be a tear in the back part of her comb. Part of it is still dangling on. I washed the wound as best I could with warm soapy water. She let me get some of the dried blood off. I sprayed it with vetericyn and then put on a bit of blue kote. There wasn't any real way to bandage up her head so I left it open. Is there any more I could or should do for it? It's about 50ish degrees out but it's expected to snow tomorrow. I imagine the girls will be stuck in their coop and I'm worried about them pecking her, which is where I believe she got the injury in the first place. Seems she made it fine over night with them though. I find that since the winter when they've had little vegetation and sun light, they become bored and agitated and pick on the BO more often. I find we didn't have much of this problem in the summer. Any tips on how to keep them from bullying her? Thanks!