I have a hen that was hurt under her wing because I had too many roosters. The wound is large and and the muscles and tendons are exposed. She limps, but is very fast and very alert. I had separated her from the other hens and sold all my roosters except for my silkie. The wound was still open, but dry for several days and I felt sorry for her because she was in a small area, so I put her with the others and they made her bleed again. It looks horribly painful and I don't know how she is still alive! I separated her again. I have wanted to put her down, but my husband said since she is up and hopping and doesn't act in pain, we should just put a saddle on her and put her back with the others. Can a chicken be okay with a 5inch wound with the muscle and tendons exposed and still live not in pain? She is fast and alert. She has been this way for over a week. I have been putting Hydrogen peroxide on the wound. Has anyone had a chicken with a wound like this and had them live like that? Do you think she is in pain, even though she doesn't act like it? Would covering it with a saddle be enough to keep her comfortable and alive? I just want to do what is best for her. I think having all those roosters may have produced some aggressive birds. I have one with missing tail feathers and another with some feathers missing on her back. Some of them have missing feathers on their heads. This is my first time raising chickens and any advise would be helpful! thanks!