It is now scabbed over, now that I've discovered it, but I wonder should I put neosporin on it, or just let the scab remain and hope for the best? She has a blackened area where the bleeding was- obvious bruising underneath as well where she got pecked just under the wing. I think most of the bleeding was from the pecked out feathers, This is what happened when she didn't run fast enough from my standard size dominant hen who is 5 times her size. I hope it's not necrotic. I had found her outside the coop shivering in the mud at night. I think she was too scared to go near the heavy girls who guard the entrance. Anyhow, I've placed my Mille D'uccles in the rabbit hutch cage inside the coop, safe from harm, and brought her and my 5 porcelain d'uccle pullets back into the garage until I remove the top half of the pecking order AKA sell my heavy breed hens (minus my barred rock and spitzhauben- who aren't so aggressive).