Hi, Need some help! I have a three day old chick (Easter Egger) that was attacked by another hen this morning. I don't know exactly what happened, but I found her in an egg box (with another hen in it as well) , which means she was either carried into it or thrown in. She looked dead when I saw her laying in there, but when I picked her up I saw that she was alive. She looked fine at first, having had no blood anywhere, but a more careful observation showed that she is not well: She is not eating, and not walking around. She is standing mostly now, but in one place with her eyes closed. She seems interested in napping all the time. I also noticed when she poo'ed after this event, it had the normal light brown fecal matter surrounded by white and clear liquid. Now, about 10 hours later I notice that she seems swollen in her chest, right side. I felt around the chest area where the swelling is and she closed her eyes immediately. I also noticed twice after picking her up she would close her eyes, lift her head, open her beak and pant for a bit. I can tell she is in pain. She shivers as well.. or shakes.. quivers would be a better word. I'm assuming that whatever happened to her this morning gave her some sort of trauma internally. She has no wounds or cuts, scrapes,... nothing but the bump on her chest which is squishy. It was not like that this morning from what I remembered. I was going to try and cut it open, thinking, this chick will die if I don't do something, however, I'm pretty sure she'd die from that as well since I don't know what I am doing! I did notice her this evening seeming to try to eat, but it might just mean her situation is starting to get critical as I don't expect that she has eaten enough all day. The swelling, it seems, is inside the muscle tissue and not an air sac. Just trying to give her a chance. Does anyone know what this could be (if perchance this is not from any injury caused by a hen) or how I should go about trying to treat it? I have removed the mother and the chicks to their own room. Thanks in advance for any replies.