I just moved and my chickens are taking their stress out of my poor easter egger. They pecked the feathers off her back and much to my horror, I went into check on her and there is a hole in her back the size of a quarter. The skin is gone and I think I see bone. I am and was in shock! I knew they pecked some feather but I never though it would get this bad. It was almost as if they were eating her flesh. Sorry to be graphic. I immediately separated them and took her in my arms. There is tons of blood. I poured Peroxide in the hole. My question is, is this OK????? Then I plan to put Neosporin on the wound. She is the sweetest of the flock. Her best friend is the other Easter Egger and they are the only ones together right now. She is drinking and eating. Her crop was empty so I think they were even keeping her away from the food. She is safe now. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.