I have 14 Pullets that are 11 weeks old, that WERE doing very well-- but not integrating well with the flock... they are in a small, separated area in the coop so they can see & be seen, and even come and go if they wish without the big Gals following them. Somehow, a couple of My older Rocks and a Roo got in with them and pecked off all the feathers from 4-5 of their backs and tail area.... There was no blood at 1st... but I changed the arrangement so they were confined to their own space...WRONG MOVE! There is obviously not ample space for them (about 2-3ft per bird) and again, a roo got in and started pecking again, which started them bleeding. So then the others turned on them. By Time I saw it, I have my white Aracauna with all but 4 tail feathers and part of her tail flesh gone, another Aracauna badly pecked, a Silver Wyandotte not as bad but bloody-- and the worst: My Poor "Ruby" a red "Cherry Egger" who's my baby has not only her feathers gone all the way from hip to tail-- but 2 large areas of skin gone down to the meat.... She is "OK" now-- we have her in the house, she eats and drinks well and interacts with us... My concern for them all, but especially her with this severe a wound, Do I have to "terminate" or will she heal? I Sprayed them all with Blu-Kote and added vitamins and antibiotics to their water... but the areas with no skin...??????? NO VETS HERE will help me!!! Called 6, only 1 nknew enough from raising his own to tell me about Blu-Kote and which antibiotics to use... but the wounds weren't really insected till the time I was cleaning & spraying them.... (My poor DD age 14 started bawling, then puked....) ANY Help MUCH Appreciated!!!!