I'm hand-feeding one of our hens who was attacked Friday while free-ranging in our yard (we think by a hawk, or other bird of prey). She has been alert and standing, but her eyes are shut tight and after three days is not showing signs of being able to open them. She seems to be recovering from the other wounds (on face and breast), but her eyes are shut. One seems to have movement under the lid, the other does not -- at least that I've observed. Question: How long should I do this before I cull? If she is blind, she'll need to be hand-fed for life, including water. I've tried to hold a container under her beak, but she doesn't drink or eat from that. So I've been using a syringe for water (plus vitamins) and liquid food (yogurt, honey, sunflower seed butter, soy milk, and vitamin power), which I've been dripping/squirting at her beak line, and after a few seconds, she'll open her beak and drink up what's dripping on her. I do this every few hours until she shakes her head and avoids the dripping. Is this humane? Should I cull her? If she survives her wounds, would she ever be able to feed herself via our food and water containers in the coop area? Will the other hens peck her? We've had our flock for two years and have never had an attack, so this is new.