My friend heard my chickens scream, and I ran outside to find them scattered about my yard... all have been accounted for and no injuries, except this one.. Ginger. She is a Bovan Brown, 2 years old. Her comb was half ripped off, her left eye bloody (when I opened her lids the actual eye looks ok, but it is swollen with blood), heavy breathing, through the mouth, clear drool - and bloody drool... moist-clear-goopy eyes... nostrils appear to be semi-clogged with dirt and blood. I cleaned her comb with peroxide, soap and water... her eyes with warm water... let it all dry. I tried applying super glue to the comb so it would hopefully heal and reattach completely... gave her some "pedialyte" (homemade concoction... real maple syrup, water, and poly-vi-sol) but she had a hard time taking it, she coughed some of it up, so I backed off... She is isolated in our dog kennel in the house, with towels under her and one on top, and water if she wakes up and finds herself thirsty! My girls have never been attacked... and I am unsure of why her drool is bloody... is this normal? Could she have internal injuries??? I do not see anywhere else on her that wounds exist... Please help!