Saturday and Sunday nights there was some sort of attack on my coop. Found a dead bird sunday morning and monday found 4 birds with injuries, one massive. One of my austrolorps is ripped open from breast bone, up her neck, and down her back past her wing joints. There is no skin covering her back and back of her neck. She has a horrid smell and today, while changing her bandaging that her crop is also cut open as there were tons of seeds just coming out of her neck. I've been reading threads and see that the crop can be stitched closed. I guess my question is do i try to stitch her up or leave it open and bandaged? She's got an amazing will to live, even laid an egg monday but nothing today, is walking around and acting normal but for small intervals and is resting the rest of the time. She was eating well, which is how i found out about the crop tear, but i'm witholding food until i can get it stitched tomorrow. I've got duramycin i've added to her water. please what else can i do to help her? also, one of my other hens, a brown leghorn, has just a couple of puncture wounds we've cleaned up, but she seems in really bad shape. Constantly sleeping, can't walk right, keeps walking backwards and falling and slipping. I don't think she's eating or drinking but i'm going to give her some sugar water tonight via dropper. Why would the worse injured bird be acting much more normal than one who seems barely injured?