So I go out early this morning and check on my birds after a very worrisome night and for the first time since Ive had this particular hen she was locked coop all night and everything seemed fine. No one was injured or anything and things seemed calm. I went back in leaving my remaining adult hen in the coop because of the bad rain we are having today. A couple hours later I went back out to get something from the truck (which is currently parked in my backyard with the new wood for the coop) and peeked in on the birds and my Muscovy hen has a bloody wing!! What do I do!?? I had no choice but to let the adult hen out (she is older to...like 2-3 years old) because I feared she would further injure the other birds. It seems like she is fine being cooped at night cause she spends the whole time up on the perches but if shes left cooped up she gets mean. The coop is currently 10ft by 5ft and there is only 2 young Muscovy, and RIR chick thats probably 5-6 weeks old and her. When I let her out she took off running across the yard like she had somewhere to be and is now sitting under some shelter attempting to wait out the rain. Anyone else have a bird like this???