I just noticed that one of my older chicks (about 2 weeks old) was bleeding from her tail feathers. The other chicks were following her around pecking her injury causing her to bleed more. I immediatly removed her from the others but I am not sure how long to do so or what the best way is to keep her warm. I have her in a medium/largish dog crate. I have an extra heat bulb but the space may be small for the 150 watt bulb. She doesn't seem that interested in eating or drinking. If I wipe off any blood and let her heal for the evening do you think that will be enough to deter her fellow chicks from pecking? I have read online some of the causes of this includ crowding, too much light, bad nutrition. I think the most likely cause is too much light. I have a read lamp but I was using the 150 watt bulb earlier today. It also go a little warm in their brooder area. I have 22 chicks in a 3x 5 brooder, aged 1 to 2 weeks. I will be moving them into two seperate enclosurings in another week or 2. Is this not enough space for them even now at this age? Please let me know what I should do. I don't want my flock to turn into cannibals.