Hey guys, i know i havent been on here a lot, but thats because i havent had any problems until now. First to vent, when we ordered chickens, we asked for 2 roos. 1 brown and 1 white. Long story short we ended up with 3 roos (ALL white leghorns :) and 5 browns unstead of 6. Well our roos have been maturing, with the hens laying eggs and all. Yesterday when i went out to give them treats, i spotted blood on the roosts. i figured i should let them out anyways, so i went outside to open up the run door. (The wind was blowing like crazy, but they hate being cooped up) there in the corner i spotted a rooster, (one of the smaller ones) with blood (dried) all over his front. I ran like crazy down to the back door to tell someone. after about a minute of discussing what to do, we decided we would put him in the old bunny hutch. I took out the wire flooring and poured some shaving in. I grabbed some regular food and put it in a dish and put some water in a small cup. we grabbed a big flood light and put it in front of the hutch for heat. Yesterday when i first had put him in he was shaking badly and kind of wheezing (no blood). when i got home today from a friends party, you could tell he had been drinking (It was red from the blood down his front). he had some afterdroppings mixed in with the shaving (not a lot). What i want to know is, 1When/how/if i should introduce him back to the flock 2 should i make him a hot mash to get him to eat more? 3 how can i clean the dried blood off the front of him? 4 should i use shavings? Thanks for reading this, Jazz PS I had someone there checking on him, and i could call whenever i wanted to see if he was ok BTW how do i submit pics?