Our Buff Orpington cockerel ripped her neck right open while showing dominance (I think). My DH saw the whole thing. He said she (Padma) was screeching horrifically, and it sounded just like she was saying, "HELP! HELP! HELP!" When he opened the coop to save her, her Turken sister (Parvati) was huddling over her, keeping the others away. She was totally protecting the other Turken pullet. My DH inspected Padma, and as the wound was very bloody, he consulted me on what to do next. Luckily, the people we rent from were on the property today, and the guy is a vet. He was able to look her over. He had never seen a Turken before and at first thought she was a baby turkey He said to just put Neosporin on her wound and keep her separate from the others until she healed. He also said DO NOT BANDAGE IT. Need to pass that info onto to others in case they ever have a similar situation. You are probably wondering why we didn't just eat her, as I always seem to be writing about that. But truth be told, there are some chickens I don't want to eat. Padma is one of them. Of course, quite deservedly, the BO cockerel will probably soon be dinner. Padma was so comforted by us holding her and petting her. She let everyone of us look her over, let me put on the medicine, etc. without fussing AT ALL. I have to say at this point in my life, Turkens are now my favorite chicken. She was such a sweet animal after such a traumatic situation, and you have to understand, I'm not super lovey with my critters. I don't hold the poultry often. She had no reason to trust me WHATSOEVER, but she did. Amazing! Padma is currently in our basement, sleeping under an upside down cradle, recuperating. Poor girl. Updated to add: I will update you on her progress over the weekend.