Hi, I have a "surprise" roo who was supposed to be a lovely EE. Turned out to be a lovely crower and hen-lover, if you catch my drift. Yesterday when we went out to check on the girls (2 BA, 1 BR, 1 EE, 1 BO, 1 SLW), we found that Diva's (the roo) had an entire patch of feathers pulled out and now the girls are quite enjoying the taste of his blood. We're going to separate him from the girls, but I'm wondering if there's anything specific I should do for him? I have some Multi-Care, Liquid Wound Care that I was wondering about applying to his wound. Ingredients are Crude Fish Oil, Raw Linseed Oil, Tea Tree Oil and Balsam of Fir. I used it on my dog for torn pads on his feet and this stuff works wonders, I just don't know if it's safe for chickens. Did some searching on here but wasn't able to find anything about it on here. Any suggestions would be extremely helpful. This is my first flock and I'm feeling horrible that this has happened to him. DH is saying that we should just kill him (we've been talking about freezer camp since Diva started crowing) but seeing as this is my fault, I want to at least help him get better. Thanks.