Woke up this morning to blood all over the inside of the coop, of course I panicked and started doing a headcount, looked all over for a predator but not a sign, and every bird is accounted for... One of my Sicilian buttercups is definitely the owner of the blood, part of her comb is missing and she is acting very poorly (fluffed up and not moving much). My flock consists of 9 hens (three of which are tiny Silkie bantams), 1 RIR rooster, and 5 guinea fowl (2 male/3 female). I honestly have never observed any bullying and I spend a lot of time with my birds. And if someone was going to get picked on and beat up, I would've assumed it would be my wimpy Salmon Faverolle or one of the little Silkies... Any thoughts? Anyone ever been through this? Is there anything I can do for the buttercup? I am quite scared to bring her inside because it might stress her out more, plus it's very warm in here and very cold out there and I don't want to make her uncomfortable, plus I don't want the flock to "forget" her if she convalesces in here and then has to be re-introduced. I think it must've been the guineas that did it but I hate to assume and get rid of them if I am wrong. I am quite fond of them! Do guineas usually pick on hens?