hello, last night I butchered my mean rooster, he managed to slit my wrist while I was helping a chick so he had to go. (The last straw for me, he's been a menace for a few months now, attacking me every time I turned my back) It was the first time I ever butchered a chicken, and when I dipped him in the scalding water for about 30 seconds These little things that looked like maggots popped out of his feather holes? They weren't moving or anything, just looked like maggots He's been getting in fights constantly, and his feathers were getting scraggly, but nothing looked or smelled infected. He looked otherwise clean and healthy. Any ideas on what it was ? I didn't take pics because it was my first time butchering and I wanted to be respectful as I could, and I was upset because I liked him otherwise. I'm going to put mineral oil on my one hen he picked on the most, because her back is bare, and she might have those bugs / whatever too. And oil might suffocate them if they are in there. Thanks!