We have a broody raising one chick, - now 7 days old. The broody was separated from the other hens in a corner of the coop, but she and baby chick broke out of their enclosure a couple of days ago and the hen has been taking her baby around inside and out. This afternoon, a leghorn attacked the chick, leaving a bloody gash. I'm not sure how deep it is. We had to chase down the broody and her chick (unfortunately stressing them further) and we put them in a cage with food and water. The broody was excited about the bit of scrambled egg in there, calling the chick, but the chick did not come out from under her. I'm sure the chick must be in shock, although it was at least still alive just moments ago. All of this happened in the last 10 minutes. The chick is very frightened of us, but is there something I should clean the wound with, or apply to it? I have no idea what to do next. I'm really hoping the chick will survive. I appreciate any advice!