I work nights and went out to the coop this early afternoon and found my silver laced polish young roo and a hen nearly dead, panting, limp.... we have had hotter days so I don't know what went wrong. They had loads of fresh water, two high speed fans and access to lots of shade. I brought them both in, bathed them in cool water and syringe fed them electrolyte solution. They are both more alert but not walking, acting totally spent. I have separated them from the rest (which are all acting fine). Is there anything more I can do for the other two?? Also, to add insult to injury, While I was bathing the hen, I noticed the skin right under her wing has been torn. We have another young roo who has singled her out as his favorite and is relentless with his violent mounting. (He is going to another farm in the a.m.) The wound looks a day or two old and is fairly clean...no maggots, pus or blood (thank God!!!) I cleaned it with half strength peroxide, coated it with bacitracin and wrapped it. The skin is torn and pulled down a bit. Will this heal?? if I can keep it clean? And it would seem they were attacked and therefore injured/exhausted, except the coop is fully enclosed-top, sides, underground and all ground was undisturbed. I was also nearby, unknowing they were having such trouble and never heard a peep. Feeling VERY guilty.....poor babies.....I wish the darn weather would break! Thanks for any help, sorry this is soooo long.