I have a hen that I thought was trying to sit on the nest but now I think she was just hiding. I picked her up this morning and found that her side had been injured. I am assuming a roo cut her flesh with his claw or spur. I had another one with a much smaller wound and have been nursing her back to health. This one is a much larger area and the worst part is she went and did her dirt bath thing and now it is crusted in sandy dirt. My question is do I clean it out or leave the dirt and let it heal that way? I have heard that sometimes wounds are covered in mud to heal. It must be a few days old and there is no sign of infection. I have isolated her with the other hen and her buddy (3 birds) They do not bother each other. Secondary question, how do you trim those nasty spurs on the roos.? I know I have too many of them(6) for the moment and am working on separating them but that is still a week or so away.