My daughter went to collect eggs just as it was starting to get dark and when she opened the coop, she found that 5 hens were dead and 3 were injured and a opossum ran out. I had to humanly put down one because her neck was broken and was extremely torn up. One of our leg horns has some small damage to her comb but nothing bad. The one I'm seeking advice for is one of our rhode island reds (which happens to be the sweetest one of the flock) who was scalped. Her eyes are swollen some but they dont looked damaged. Her head on the other hand is completely bald. She is not actively bleeding and is still drinking alot of water but I'm not sure what to do, if I can do anything at all. I brought her inside and set her up in a shower that is never used, with pine shavings, feed, and water. I went to tractor supply and rual king and purchased what they suggested but after getting home and doing reasearch, I'm not so sure these products are the best option. One is called "blu-kote" and the other is called "hen healer". The after reading about the blu-kote, it says to keep it away from the eyes, nose, and mouth and the damages is to her head... The hen healer smells alot like vicks and I'm worried that it will cause a burning sensation to her so I'm reluctant to apply it aswell. Any help at all will be appreciated greatly. The hens are a year and two months old. I converted a 6x12 lawn mower trailer into their coop with 9 nesting boxes and attached a large run to the face of it. The opossum found a weak spot around the outside tire and forced his way into the run and then into the coop.