Either way, there is a wound. Get some ORIGINAL neosporin with NO pain-killer or some verterycin and apply some on the wound. Is she getting over mated?I thought maybe it was maggots but after soaking the chicken to remove the "maggots" I realized what I was looking at was just apart of her skin so now I'm not sure what to do to help her
Thank you I will et her one I'm keeping her inside for now since we live in Kentucky and it's cold at nightI would get her a saddle to help with the wound healing. It looks like she is being pecked. Down under makes a good one and it's on amazon. Avoid giving her full baths unless it's absolutely necessary. It can remove the oil from the feathers and make it harder for them to keep warm. Just monitor the wound and her behavior at this point. The saddle will help it heal.
You may also want to add some grower feed into the mix, as it has more protein. Hens will peck new feather growth if they are not getting enough. Also ensure they have enough roost space and are not pecking each other at night.
Okay. @Wyorp Rock I cannot tell if the bird is molting or not. @Wyorp Rock could assist you much better.And they share 2 coops with ALOT of room it just kinda pop up and withend 3 days looked like that I'm keeping her inside for the night since we live in Kentucky and it's really cold at night