I just went out to the coop, and found my Polish cockerel slumped over and fluffed up, and generally not looking too good. His crest and head feathers have been plucked clean off, his head is bloody, and there's a small hole in the middle of his head where the other chickens have pecked into his head. I brought him inside, cleaned off the blood and liberally applied Neosporin. He's looking weak, and keeps dropping his head to fall asleep while standing. I put him in a cardboard box in my kitchen, so he can rest where it's warm and quiet. He's really not looking too good, but maybe he can bounce back. Can somebody give me advice on how to care for his head? Pictures are kind of graphic- Here are some pictures- I chose the least gruesome pictures, but I still find them gruesome... Then again- I can't stand looking during bumblefoot surgery when my mother lances chicken feet. Here is my rooster staying hunched over and fluffed up- he was staying awake today- yesterday, he kept falling asleep on his feet. A picture of his plucked head- I cleaned off a lot of blood- the skin on top isn't broken, but all the feathers had been plucked out. The broken skin area is that little hole in the center of his head. It seems pretty deep, and his head is so shiny because there's Neosporin on the area. Poor guy- I hope he recovers his strength soon, and starts eating and drinking.