I must warn you that these pictures are quite graphic. I have a Gold Laced Wyandotte (Gemma) who started getting pecked, so we put some Rooster Booster lotion on to deter the other hens, but they carried on. Ironically, Gemma was always the big bully in the past, and now she is the victim. Eventually we had to separate her and she is now in a crate until she is better and her wounds are not visible to the other chickens. We have her on antibiotics and electrolytes. Tonight I went to inspect her wound in closer detail and I am concerned about it. It is black and nobbly, and there looks like digested cracked corn coming out? Either her innards are pierced or she just lay in some corn?? The other thing is, we had a raccoon get into the coop through the soffits (a very tiny gap which I have since sealed). The raccoon killed a chicken and I am wondering if Gemma was bitten too? I didnt think this was the case, but that wound looks pretty bad. She is actually very perky, but stopped laying. But that could be because we brought her indoors into the warm basement, which has less light. Is it normal to look that way after being pecked? How long will it take to recover? Or is it too big of an injury?