I need some medical advice for our oldest hen. Last spring, our oldest peahen 'Queenie' went broody in the tall grass where all our peahens nest. She showed up two weeks later with two nasty wounds, one on each wing, as if something tried to grab her. Her feathers were all messed up and crooked. We kept her in the enclosure in the barn for two months while she healed. I gave her Pro-Pen-G once a week and put flies off on the scabby wounds. Come August 1st, she was looking better so we let her back out. After just a few weeks she vanished again. I quite frankly had thought she had died. But after four weeks, she reappeared with a beautiful baby boy peachick. We got her back into the enclosure where we keep all of our mommas and babies for 5-6 weeks. So she has been in there with her baby for two weeks. Last night, I noticed that she has started bleeding again out of one of the old wounds. Its right on the elbow join of her wings and when she flew up to the roosting bar, it reopened the old injury. So now, I am back to being a peahen doctor. I need some suggestions on what to do. I could go back to the Pen-G shot. I could try honey or Neosporin on the wound. Whatever we do, we don't want to hinder her mothering ability. Suggestions? Any one ever dealt with a five month old wound that just wouldn't heal?