Hey guys, I'm quite worried about one of my hens. She is one of the original hens that I acquired when I moved into my home last year.. atvthat time she had a bald butt and it always had a tendancy to being bald but she never showed any other threatening signs (no real redness, swelling, or bleeding). Several months ago my dog got a hold of her a pulled all her tail feathers out. She was ok and everything grew back in, surprisingly even the bald area became all nice and fluffy. Here in NJ the winter can be very cold, with some odd nice days here and there.. today happens to be one of those. I have all my chickens roaming th backyard and I noticed a few drops of blood on my deck so I was looking at all of them to see if I can spot the source. I quickly noticed that Lucy (baldy butt) has some poo stick to her rear feathers and there's fresh blood dripping down from the area. This hen isn't one that I raised myself from the beginning so she isn't a hen that takes to handling.. at all really (aside from taking treats from my hands). I know the least that I can do for her is clean her rear end with some warm water.. problem is, I can't catch her and hold her still for it. I unfortunately am unable to do it today, but I can clean ge coop out tomorrow so she has a fresh clean place to sleep (it is getting pretty dirty as I can't clean it as often as I do in warmer weather). Does anyone have any advice on how I can help this hen?? I can't just leave her in that condition, but she's not going to cooperate with me very well to really bathe he area (plus she's already on to me from my attempt to pick her up just before). Even if all I do is clean it up, at least then I'd be able to see what is going on back there better and hopefully lessen the chance of infection..) any advice? Thanks in advanced!