hello, i need some advice from the experts! i went down to feed my flock this morning and noticed one of my hens (I have 10 hens and 1 roo) has a gaping neck injury on the front of her throat! She was being attacked a little bit by the other birds as I watched, so I quickly took her out of the coop and brought her to the mud room of the house in a dog crate. I have filled the crate with hay and placed her in a very sunny window spot for some greenhouse effect warmth. I gave her a plate of flock raiser, mixed with plain yogurt, cod liver oil, and algae powder. I also gave her some warm water with sugar. She is trying to eat and drink but foaming a little bit at the beak and making a strange crunching sounds in her mouth. She is alert, although does not struggle one bit when i lift her, so i know she is weak. When my husband returns from town with some peroxide we are going to try to clean the wound out. Any advice? Can I spray it with blukote? or regular soarcaine first aid spray? does the crunching and clicking sound mean her throat is injured? I am wondering what could have happened to her....there is no way any animal could get in through a locked door or the concrete floor. Two things that were different last night were: it was 25 below zero, the birds ran out of food, which doesnt normally happen unless it is really cold and they eat more. Do you think she was just attacked by the other birds? Any advice would be super great. thanks. ~katie p.s. should i post a picture of her wound, its totally scary and gross?