Just started caring for a small flock of production reds at a vegetable/fruit stand out of my love for chickens (and not having any now). This was with the owners' permission - they know me personally from working at their Fall Festival the past two years. Anyway, one hen appears to have been attacked by a predator as half her wing is missing. Don't know when this happened. I just started looking after them this week as they appeared to be pretty much ignored and that's why I asked to help with them. (No one seemed to know about this hen - or care! ). Of course, some of the chickens were having a hay day pecking her wound and they didn't have any blu-kote so I bought some today and sprayed it on her wounds. She appears to have an injury UNDER her wing too. But I'm afraid it's past just the blu-kote stage as, when I picked her up and took a closer look, the main bone of the wing was open and some cloudy white liquid leaked out. These are not my chickens so I am NOT going to pay for a vet. Just want to know what else I can do for her? This is the first time I've ever used blu-kote and expected the chickens to magically stop their pecking but, as soon as I put her down, the biggest culprit came up and pecked her wound. I do think I noticed a kind of puzzled look on her face. LOL But does blu-kote AlWAYS stop them from pecking? They do have places where she could be kept away from the others but what else should I do for her? Thanks.