poor Maxine! She was molting a couple of weeks ago and I noticed the others picking on her so I separated her in the coop but I neglected to close the door tightly on her space the other day and when I went out to check on her, she was huddled in a corner and her back was picked bloody even after applying BluKote (personally I don't think that stuff works for crap. I had another girl that I had put it on and the others still just about took her tail off!). I brought her in and washed it and applied Neosporin (without pain relief) and haven't done anything else to it. It looks like it is scabbing over and she doesn't seem to be in pain and she is eating like a champ. I was thinking of washing her back with something like Phis-O-Hex (if they still make it). Or should I leave it alone? Maxine is about 3 years old and a Columbian Wynadotte. Of course now after a few days of extremely mild weather, the temps have dipped down to about 2 degrees today so I can't put her back in the coop after being in the house for a few days. Does anyone have any words of wisdom of what I can do for her?