I have five young (about 22 weeks old) pullets. Got our first egg (from a BR) yesterday! Two BOs are starting to bully, and my two EEs are easy-going lovers. All out in the backyard this morning while we ran errands. Came home to find my daughter's favorite (Hermione) bloody from being attacked by the others. Her neck, back, and down to her tail are raw and bloody, and featherless. The wounds are relatively superficial, though--seems to be torn skin, but nothing *too* deep. We cleaned her up with water, then put on neosporin. She was hunkered down when we found her and is still, but is now on the couch. She's taken some water, which is good, and her mouth is no longer open. So my question is: What's next? Do I keep her separated out until she's completely healed and feathered over? Do I try to keep her with the others as much as possible? Will she be accepted back into the group or will they torment her forever now? Everything was completely peaceful in the group until today. I want them to be their happy little quintet again, though I know with laying setting in and a pecking order forming, that may never be. Any insights you can provide would be GREATLY appreciated. My daughter is devastated and is ready to break all the other hens' necks.