I need help. So yesterday afternoon I put my bo with my rhode island reds and cornish rocks in the big coop. They were doing fine all afternoon and evening. Well throughout the overnight period, some of my chickens bullied and pecked one of my buffs neck. You can see the blood and skin. I immediately cleaned out the wound with hydrogen peroxide and put a little vasaline on it for now and took out all three of my buffs and also I seperated the injured one in its own tote. I don't know what chicken did this to her. When I put her back in the coop for a minute so I could prepare the two totes, the buff rooster pecked at her. What do I need to do to get her back to health? What about the piece of skin and feathers that is still hanging on her? What do I do to put these chickens back into the coop with the rhode island reds? The cornish rocks are being butchered tonight so I won't have to worry about them? What if the buff rooster did this to her and why since they have been togeter their whole life without problems? She is doing pretty well. She does not flinch when I clean her wound with betadine or apply blu-kote. THe hen has been oblivious to her wound. I was surprised, I thought she would flinch when anything came in contact with it. Guess chickens are like super pain resistent! She will be ok i think.