Hi. I know I read a post somewhere about products that stop bleeding but after a 45 minute search I have given up and so here I am! Young hens are viciously attacking a sweet roos comb such that Bluekote doesn't even stick because the blood just keeps running. (earlier applications of Bluekote that did stick apparently did not deter the little monsters). In fact, there's enough blood flowing that it is finding it's way into his mouth which cannot be pleasant for him. Drip drip dripping off him onto the ground too. They are literally ripping chunks off and eating them and he is too sweet to hurt them back. I've seen 3 going after him at once, endlessly. These chickens do not live with me - I am just trying to help find a solution. What will stop the bleeding? And should this be combined with something that will deter future pecking? (Bluekote didn't do it so far, some have said use Bitter Apple or Peckstop? What is the latter and where can one get it - internet search reveals no hits...) All of this is much more complicated by the fact that the chickens are in lockdown due to hawk attacks so they can't really even get away from one another. Thank you!