Our little bantam got into a fight with our new LF rooster who we just introduced to the flock today. Darth Vader (DV) is my little 5 mo old black bantam Minorca (or something) roo. Anyway, the big roo acted like he didn't really want to hurt him, but DV wouldn't give up. At one point, the LF roo kept acting like the fight was over, he had won, and didn't want to fight anymore. He would half-heartedly fend him off and walk away without showing any sign of defeat. DV still kept jumping on him and crowing. I thought his beak looked funny, but couldn't really tell. A few min later, I followed them across the yard and caught DV. His upper beak was pushed back into his head!!! It was barely sticking out! I was freaking out! My husband and I were both home. I was really freaking out and kept saying "Oh my God, oh my God, should we kill him so he doesn't suffer? Is his beak in his brain? etc." My dh, ever calm, rock solid man that he is, just said calm down and hold him very still. He popped his beak back out into place. DV laid there with his eyes closed for maybe 30 seconds, during which I think we both thought he was dying. Then he suddenly jumped up with a war cry and tried to get away, but I snatched him up close and held him till my husband got the rabbit cage ready. He's in my house in a rabbit cage covered with a blanket. Trying to keep him quiet in the dark. The little crazy bird is crowing away. He's bleeding from his comb and his nose, but he's still crowing! His breathing is a little wheezy and he squeaks a little after each crow. I think he must have gotten some blood in his lungs. Do you think he'll make it? Anything else I can do for him? I'm glad my dh was home. I probably would have snapped his neck trying to stop his suffering if dh hadn't been there to try to pop it back into place.