I have 3 hens that my former Roo tried to tear to pieces. He is no longer a problem but those hens still look pretty bad. They have cuts on their sides and are still pretty bald. ( he has only been gone a week). So what can I do for these gals. I went ahead and started making aprons for them tonight. I am down to 1 roo to 18 girls now. Is a lightweight apron and extra feed sufficient. I have treated the actual wounds and they are healing but feathers are not showing up as of yet. Because of the extreme heat I made my apron out of doubled up white t shirt material. I wanted something that might deflect the sun a bit and still breathe but offer them a bit more protection. Just looking for some experienced information in getting these girls back to their normal beautiful selves. One of these looks the worst and is almost entirely bald. When he attacked her she was so torn up I had to separate her from the others the first week to let her heal. He was gone the next day my husband had off and he spent a couple days in solitary before that. Honestly I am not sure this one will fully heal. I might be wrong and just judging because she looks so much worse than the others with so many feathers missing. Her apron is sitting on my desk right now and she will get it in the morning. Anything I can add to their feed? salves for the torn up one?