I lock my coup up at night when the chickens go to roost. I turn them out in the morning when I get up into a 1/2 acre enclosed by a 5 foot tall chain link fence. Day before yesterday we woke up to seeing a fox going across with one of my chickens. When I went out he had killed 13 hens and 2 guineas. My problem that I need help with is tha the rooster survived but can not pull his head up much. He finally crowed again this morning and he walks around but he look like a vulture. I checked him out and saw one little raw place on the roosters neck when I first discovered this. It has been two days now, the rooster eats and drinks but doesn't move around much and lays down often to rest his neck. I know he fought hard. What can I do to ease his pain? By the way the fox was trotting back for the rest right in front of my husband and I. My husband shot him. The fox dug under the door and wedged himself enough to pop the latch. Was the saddest days of my life. This happened early Monday morning. I really would like this rooster to survive and any help on how to take care of him will be greatly appreciated.