Hello BackYard Chickens Community: Can you please help me with advice???Please I live in FL and tonight we are going down to 30F so I went out at 9 PM to bring my two hens in to the house for the night (I keep them in the laundry room when we go below freezing). It was quite dark outside and when I picked Gertie (barred rock hen) up I smelled iron. I knew instantly she had been bleeding. As soon as I brought her in to the house I saw that her comb, wattles, points and blade were caked in blood. It was very thick and dark, so this must have happened hours ago. Her eyes looked okay as did her beak. I also didn't see any other injuries on her body. I brought her in to my wash room and bathed her in warm water. It appeared that she was still bleeding a bit b/c there was some fresh red blood in the water. However, I could not see where it was coming from -- somewhere around her head area, I believe. She tolerated the warm bath well and I also tried to apply some Betadine but she did not like that at all and kept shaking it off. I then dried her with the blowdryer for as long as she would stand it but she is still quite damp. However, she is preening herself and I have her covered in a towel. I was able to remove quite a bit of the blood but in some areas around her face it is still caked on pretty thick. I don't think I should bother that right now b/c I don't know if the clotted blood is protecting an injury and I don't want to starting tugging on things. I then went out to the coop and brought in my other hen, Scarlett (buff orpington) to check her. She has some light blood spatter on her feathers but I see no sign of injury to her. I checked the coop to see if there was any evidence of a predator having made it in there but I saw none. I then looked inside at the 1/2 inch chicken wire that encloses the coop. There is an area that has a lot of blood spatter, both on the wire and the wood. I can also see blood on the ground. I believe she either caught herself on something in the coop wire perhaps, or the other concern was that maybe a predator did come around and try to pull her through the chicken wire. But that does not seem likely to me b/c her beak and eyes do not appear to be injured. She is resting now and Scarlett is not bothering her at all. Scarlett is very gentle and is not the alpha hen - Gertie is. If the injury was the other way around I would probably have to separate them tonight b/c Gertie would probably peck at Scarlett. Other than applying Betadine to her head and perhaps placing some Neosporin on there, is there anything else that you all can suggest I do at this time? I guess I should quarantine her during the day tomorrow so that she can rest and I can monitor her progress more closely. Unfortunately, I work and will be away for several hours. Can anyone offer any suggestions on what to watch for infection or any other aid I can provide her right now to help her? Thankfully, she is a strong, healthy hen and only around 3 years old. I think that if she made it through the day and managed to get through to this point she has a good chance of not deteriorating from here. But I would be grateful for any and all advice and suggestions. Thanks in advance for reading my post and your help.