Hi All! I'm a newbie chicken keeper - this is our first flock. We have 5 pullets that are about 5 months old. No eggs yet, but we're patiently (kinda) waiting. We haven't noticed any aggressive behavior within the flock, but today I saw that Wilma, our silver laced wyandotte, has a tear at the back of her comb and the tip of her top beak is broken to the quick. She seems completely fine otherwise - eating and drinking. Her poop seems normal, and she still seems perky. I cleaned the comb with soap and water and put some neosporin on it. I'm wondering if I should be doing something more.... We keep them in a completely fenced in run with sand, so predators are not an issue. When we get home from work, we let them out into a fenced off section of the yard to free range - which is when I noticed her injuries. They were not there yesterday. I'm not sure if it was caused by another hen or if she flew or ran into something. I didn't see any blood around the run, but I don't know how another hen would have caused the injury to her beak. Here are a couple photos, and thank you in advance for your help/advice!!