This is horrible, but it was very windy yesterday in the late afternoon. We had our barn door propped as we alwaysdo, but the wind blew the door shut and trapped our hen Shorty's leg in the door. My son found her that way, lying outside, and our peahens had been attacking her. She's a mess, both her eyes are swollen shut, her head is all bloody from them attacking her, but she does not have any deep lacerations. We don't think her leg is broken as she is able to stand. However, she can't see to eat, and does not seem to be interested in food, though she did eat last night when my son first put her in the hospital pen. We rinsed her eyes and face with sterile saline, and applied Neomycin/ Polymycin eye gel, and Neosporin for her head abrasions, and I finally found my Veterycin spray, so I can use that. My concerns are: She can't see to eat or drink, although I noticed some reduction in her eye swelling shortly after I applied the ointment. Should I try to give her a shot of injectable Penicillin, for her very swollen eyes, or just wait and see how the ointment does? Will the Veterycin spray hurt her eyes if it gets in her eyes? Why in the world are my peahens so bound and determined to hurt her??? She's an Ameracauna/ Silkie mix. They are always harassing her, and our other Ameracauna hen. What is the deal with that????? Because they look different than the others??