This morning, my RIR looked like she'd been in a boxing match. She had active bleeding on her comb & was shaking her head so there was dried blood everywhere. One of the other hens kept trying to peck at the blood. I brought my RIR inside the house & cleaned her up. I found two wounds on her comb where the bleeding was coming from. They are both at the base of her comb near her head/feathers. She has had frostbite in that area for a while now, and last night was a doozy of a cold one (down to 0 degrees outside with winds 20-30 mph, so the coop was pretty closed up & it managed to stay at about 11 degrees in the coop). Two nights ago, I found bright red blood spots on my poop boards & the night before that there was some nasty pecking going on at bedtime. I didn't know who was injured, but now I'm pretty sure that was my RIR. So I have two questions: 1) What should I put on the wounds? All I have in the house right now is Vetericyn Wound & Skin Care spray, so after cleaning up the wound I applied it. Is that ok? And if so, should I just spray that on twice a day until healed? Since Red is now in a sick bay in my basement, she is not stressed & there is no active bleeding because she isn't shaking her head too much. But she's very, very lonely. 2) Does she need to stay in confinement in my basement? If so, for how long? The high temp today is 12 degrees & the low is 7....we will be in teens or single digits for the next five days. There is not really enough room in my coop area to put her in with the others at night in a dog cage, but I could probably get a smaller cage & manage it. And I could keep her separated in the large run area during the day. My worry about this plan that is that the frostbite may get worse. Yet I worry about keeping her isolated for too long (I only have 5 hens in my flock). Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!!!