I posted a few days ago about my hen being attacked by a fox. She has a large wound on her back but it really doesn't look too bad. She also has some puncture wounds in her neck, which makes it hard for her to lower and raise her head to eat. We've been hand feeding and watering her, but I want to make sure she's getting the nutrition she needs. She won't eat her normal pellets. The only thing she seems to want to eat are hard boiled eggs. She's agreed to a bit of cheese, and a few mouthfuls of cracked corn and sunflower seeds. Is this diet OK to keep her on until she recouperates? Also, I was holding off on the antibiotics until she shows signs of infection, but other than red, pus at the wound, what would the signs of an infection be? How can you tell if a chicken has a fever? She seems to be getting better and better each day, we're hapy she's eating and drinking, although she doesn't move around much (I think it hurts her neck to "strut" at the walk). We've also been keeping her confined in a small space with the intention to keep her from moving that much! Thanks!