Okay, okay, trying not to panic, SO. I go out to check on my flock just now, and I notice I'm one short of six, my normal total. I go in and find one of my two Polish hiding in a corner with a bloodied head and missing feathers! I look around the pen -- his feathers are in there -- but I don't know what happened. Failed predator, other chook attacked, I don't know. Patch about the size of a nickel ripped CLEAN off, barbs and all. After a little chick-chase, I take him in. After a short ordeal where he lept from my arms and hid behind the oven >>, I get him in the bathroom and washed off, apply Neosporin to the injured area, and put him in a separate cage inside with food and water by himself. Of course. The vaulted skulled breeds always get the head wounds -_-. Not to be too graphic, but the patch is ripped clean off, and there IS still flesh, but, I mean, it's pretty much his brain there. What do I do from here? Any recommended course of action? He's about six or seven weeks old, and as of right now appears to be acting fairly normal (eating, drinking, pooping normally). Thanks!