I didn't find her until some time after this happened, don't know if it was the coyote who basically denuded my tom turkey of his entire fan and most back feathers or if it was the turkey who did this himself, after I shut him in with the hens. She is almost five months old and an ameracauna. She is injured from the base of her neck to her tail stub, and the skin over her back is gone with some torn loose skin around the periphery. She has minor injuries to her face as well. I brought her in last night, used weak betadine solution on the open areas, clipped the loose feathers as best I could, hitched up the loose torn skin to cover what it would. She has an area 3 x 3 inches completely without skin. The fascia over the muscle is torn in a few places but looks just like the skin pulled away. She is not eating or drinking (bad sign, I know) but standing in my laundry basket with a pee wee pad and food/water. I have been forcing water mixed with a kitten/puppy nutrition paste and gagged her good with a bit of Durapen orally. I don't know if I should even try if I'm prolonging her pain. Oh yeah, gave her half a baby aspirin too. I know chickens are surprisingly tough, I had one who lost the skin on a leg and she healed up and went on with her life. This is just such a huge exposure of what shouldn't be exposed. I guess I'm interested in opinions of what you would do in my shoes, and reasonably humane ways to euthanize her. What would a vet do to euthanize a chicken? That's an option too.