A week or so ago, I found a big pile of feathers next to my barn, and the dog found the carass up on the hill - a hawk got one of my Buff Orphingtons! (why, oh why can't they be satisfied with all the rabbits around?) I've been chasing a pair away multiple times per day, and everything's been going OK, until today. I went out to check the girls, and just inside the barn door was one of my light Brahmas, bleeding. The hawk must have gone for her head, because there's a laceration just under her jawline, and a whole bunch of feathers missing from her neck. I have her in a box in the house, where it's cool (it's about 95 today, so I think maybe she may have been a little dehydrated on top of everything). I cleaned the wound, and I gave her some water with sugar in it. She seemed to perk up a bit, but she still won't stand up, and her head is swinging from side to side (one eye is closed, the one on the side with the laceration, but the eye seems to be OK, just closed), and she's sleeping a lot. Is there anything else I should be doing? Thanks - Mary P.S. I heard that guinea hens will keep hawks away, is there any truth to this? Anyone have experience?