Just found one of my 6 month old quail with an open leg fracture. I have no idea how it happened. The quail was in the coop with all of the others. I did not find any points that a predator could have breeched the wire. I have the small square fire floor and walls. The fracture was actively bleeding and the bone was exposed. I cleaned the area and applied Blu Kote. I replaced the bone, splinted, and wrapped it as best I could. There must still be circulation to the foot because the color is still good. The bleeding appears to have stopped. I have her inside with a heat lamp for warmth against shock. I am also giving a broad spectrum antibiotic in the water as well as Poli Vi Sol with no iron. She is eating and drinking. Does this girl have any chance?! Is there anything else I should be doing? Anything I am doing wrong? Any idea how this could have happened? Because I don't see any predator breech points I am wondering if maybe the foot somehow slipped through the squares and the bird panicked and broke its leg trying to get free?! PLEASE HELP!!