I'm not even sure what happened, honestly. Two chicks hatched this morning. All seemed well, but then about an hour ago my daughter went in the coop and both chicks were bloody and ripped up and underneath the broody hen in the next box. They were NOT under the hen who hatched them. And when we tried to place her with them, she attacked them. The hen in the next box also tried to attack them. So at this point we don't know WHO attacked them but I have two ripped up chicks that are somehow still alive and I don't know what to do for them! They are inside in a small paper-towel lined box and under the heat lamp. They are both moving and peeping, but look awful. The younger chick doesn't look as injured, but the older chick has pretty much had half its scalp ripped off! Other than keeping them warm and safe, all I could think to do was pick off the shavings that I could and drizzle the open wounds with coconut oil. I figured that was the best option due to it's antibacterial and antiseptic properties. I have antibiotic ointment but it won't stick to the wet wounds and I have no clue how I would even cover these wounds at this point. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!