She is eating, drinking - I’m not sure.Yes, stress can be s problem. If you gently wrap her in a towel so she can’t flap her wings, lay her an her side and loosely cover her head, she may calm down so you can get a better look. Can you tell if her actual vent is damaged? Is she a laying hen? I really think you need to moisten up that dried blood, especially if it’s on her vent. Do you have antibiotic ointment, like neosporin? If not, you might need to get creative and see what you have in the kitchen. Honey, especially manuka honey, can be great for wound care. Do you know yet if she’s drinking and eating?
This is a VERY good sign that her vent is intact. Have you tended to the wound as suggested?UPDATE
I haven’t been home yet today, but my husband said she laid a nice clean egg. So her vent must be fine, right?
we’ve kept them separate all day and plan to continue that tonight