We had 2 hens (Del and JG) that got ripped open from a 6 month old Delaware roo. He didn't even have his spurs! He was obsessed with the hens (always going after after them for his own enjoyment) and we figured, given his age, he'd only get worse, so we culled him (~1 month ago). Nice roo, but a bit "one track minded". The Del hen is 100% healed and the JG hen is still healing, but doing very well. Now we have 28 hens and 2 roosters (JG and Faverolle). Plenty of hens to choose from, right? Wrong apparently. One of my Buckeye hens submisses to the JG roo every time he's within a quarter mile of her (it seems that way anyway). So, of course, he's takes the invitation. Well, this evening I noticed a small patch of feathers missing and a side cut. He is a nice roo and definitely not aggressive with them at all. I am sure his size has some to do with it, but Buckeyes are exactly small either. The wound was filled with dirt dried into the scab, so I cleaned as best I could, packed it with neosporin and put her in the back bedroom. Honestly, I am fine with treating her...I've gotten plenty of experience with this by now! But, do I seriously need to put jackets on ALL 28 hens or is there some way to prevent any more of these. I am not about to sew up 28 jackets (I gave my mom my sewing machine and that's a bit too much hand sewing for me!) and buying 28 jackets is pricey! However, i have heard fleece works by cutting and does not need stitching. That is completely doable if I really need to get jackets for the hens. But, fleece retains water, so in the event we get rain, do I need to remove all jackets first? (NOTE: I live in a desert...rain isn't exactly the most common occurrence around here). The last thing I want is to prevent injury and cause hypothermia! Any advice is helpful!!!