My favorite baby turken (9 weeks old) has a large gash on the back of her neck. Not sure how she got it, but judging by the V shape, I'm thinking maybe one of the baby roos is practicing his mating skills (and failing miserably). Tonight we cleaned her wound first by flushing it with plain warm water and then applied first neosporin and then pine tar over that. This didn't seem to work so well, as a few minutes later the pine tar was gone. The "slippery" neosporin had caused the pine tar to slide right off. For future cleanings I think I'd be better off using one or the other, not both. I just can't decide which. Neosporin would work fine, but it wouldn't provide any protection from possible pecking from her flockmates. Pine tar would work as it's both an antiseptic and has germicidal properties, plus I know for a fact that it is a great anti-peck ointment. It probably doesn't work as well as the neosporin does for germ killing though. Which should I use or is there something better than either of these?