One of my 40-week-old Buff Orps (Little Bird) showed up with blood around her comb. Also head-shaking, scratching her head or neck, and looking a little rumpled and unkempt. She is holding back a little away from the others. We took her inside, wrapped her in a towel, and dabbed at the area with hydrogen peroxide. That did not go over well, so I cleaned with cotton dipped in water instead, then applied Vetericin Plus. There seems to be a raw spot immediately behind her comb. She went back out with the others, but hung back and spent some time near me (unusual for this one). I suspect pecking. The other Buffy (Big Bird) is generally the top of the pecking order, but in general they all do well together. In the past -maybe 3 months ago, I have seen Big Bird peck this one right on the head, but haven’t seen anything lately. Recently the chickens were keeping Callie (GLW) off the roost. Traditionally she has been at the bottom of the order. Questions: should I have used Blu-Kote? I have some. Should I take her off the roost and have another look? We did the cleaning about 5 hours ago. I took the photo when we thought something was wrong with her eye. Then she opened it. There was dried blood on the lid and I cleaned it gently. If this keeps up, I should separate her, right? It’s cold here (maybe 10*F tonight), and there isn’t much extra room in the coop. Would she be okay in our less-cold garage, caged? Or will this create integration problems that I could avoid? I could fit something small in the coop (cat carrier maybe) but much bigger and it won’t fit. I assume she is reasonably safe overnight. Thanks, all!