Hen info: Neo Silkie EE mix about a year old Other than the injury she is fine, poo a little watery but normal. A 7 month old silkie roo did this! He repeatedly mounts her, she is the only one he mounts at all out of 10, so she's been looking a bit bare. I checked her last night and decided to make a saddle and wing protector for her since he's starting to pull out wing feathers. Locked up the roo in his box as we normally do. Went out this morning with the first rendition of the saddle to see if it fit and the roo had escaped his box. Neo came flying over and hid behind me like normal when he's out, he came barreling after her and met my shoe but when I looked down at her I almost killed me a roo! These were taken before I cleaned and doctored: This is my hubby's baby, I don't want him coming home for Christmas just to find out she's gone without me trying my best to help fix her. So far I have the whole area cleaned off, I've used a rinse of saline solution, and packed with antibiotic. Her back is mostly just heavy bruising with an open wound on one side of her tail about an inch or so long but not terribly deep. She is now in the infirmary crate in the living room. She has her choice of scrambled or boiled eggs, a little cat food and chick feed. I'm working on hunting down the avian liquid vitamins (I packed them for this upcoming move and can't figure out where they got put). She's a little dazed but she seems really happy to be inside away from Junior or maybe just inside, she loves it in here. She's eating a little, eying the cats and moving around. I have her on paper towels right now since she's still wet from the cleaning. I'm thinking I may need to give her some antibiotics. I have Tylan 50 injectable and 250 mg capsules amoxycilin on hand. Can I use either of these for this type of injury? Or is there something else I can get? Feed stores aren't open until tomorrow so if I can't use what I have on hand it'll have to wait until tomorrow morning. Thanks for any help.