I know that you can alleviate a great deal of the damage done to tail feathers of the hens from mating by using the "Aprons" or saddles on the girls' rumps. Can there be a "Bonnet" that similarly protects the back of the head of these layers?? I have three layers that have been stripped of the feathers in these areas. One almost died due to the mating (by several roos) and lost all of her tissue on the back of her skull. We did isolate her and treat the area, and now she is perky, alert and laying, though still isolated. The dead tissue has sloughed off and feathers have returned to all areas except the missing skin/fascia. I just want to keep her protected, as well as the others, from the aggressive mating of the remaining 2 roos. ( I had the others removed to freezer camp!)A cheap effective solution would be a great help for all my girls. Thanks!