I went out to make sure that all the chickens were on their roost tonight and one of my wheaten ameraucana hens was missing. I went out to the run and found the hen sitting on the ground. It was raining a bit, so as I went over to it I was telling her that she was pretty stupid for being out in the rain....intending to take her in and put her on the roost. When I got closer I noticed that she had been scalped. I am assuming that one of the other chickens (or more than one) got ahold of her. She has no skin left on her head (can see down to her skull) almost down to her eyes. She is bloodied up pretty badly. I moved her into a grow out pen by herself for the night, but I am not sure she'll make it. She is not a pet, she is a chicken...so it's not the end of the world for me. She is also not one that I had planned on breeding because she doesn't have a beard. That being said, I hate to see her suffer and die. Extra information: She is about 18 weeks old and is one of six that I have of that age. The rest of my chickens are 22 and 24 weeks old. Is there anything that I can do for her in the morning if she is still living when I wake up?