s/he was incubated by a hen named pearl. her first egg hatched 3 days ago. today we found that both chick and hen have cocci (we're treating with corid, they're iscolated) we took the other eggs including a pipped one and put them under another broody so the other chicks wouldn't get cocci. the chick hatched but the new broody rejected it. pecked it all over and ripped right through the skin on each side of the head near the ears and eyes, on the joint of one wing, and on one side of the abdomen. the foot is bloody where feathers and scaled were ripped out. there are feathers missing all over the back. it hasn't fluffed out yet. i moved it to under a heat lamp and applied some triple antibiotic ointment to the open wounds and once it's ready to eat and drink i'll have vitamins/electrolytes in the water or maybe some of that grow-gel stuff. it's peeping like crazing and sounds very distressed and it keeps trying to move around although i can't tell wheather it's voluntary or not. please i need some help what can i do to help close up the wounds? s/he is too small to put blu-kote on i think but the cuts in that fragile skin need to be sealed! they go right through the thin skin to muscle and bone. they aren't really bleeding much, which worries me more than makes me feel better. please any advice would be welcome! i'll try pictures of anyone needs them but the cuts are so tiny they might be hard to see... thanks.