Ok..so 3 days ago I come back home from my morning walk and find one of my Rode Island Reds badly injured in my backyard. I have no clue what attacked her, but something bit her badly on her back and neck area, it pulled out a lot of skin to the point where I could see her bronchial tubes. I could swear she wouldn't make it and brought her inside just to try and make her comfy, I could not put her out of her misery...anyway...I put her in a box and spend the rest of the day coming to check on her and talking to her..to my surprise, by 5 o'clock she was standing up, as I could clearly see her inside working! Bizarre! Anyway, I got a syringe and gave her a couple f drops of water, she took it, and I found an egg without a shell in the box. Next morning she was up again! More water , and more water...by the end of day she would move towards the syringe and open her beak! But there was NO egg this day. Then things got even better, she seems VERY alert and I introduced baby food, (after offering everything possible and her not eating it) I got some little fruit jar, put the fruit in the syringe and fed her bit by bit. She took it pretty well. I took her outside to get some sun and move a bit (no egg still) unfortunately the other chickens started pecking at her wound and being aggressive towards her, we went back inside, I let her move around a bit and put her back in the box. So Today is day 3 other than the egg without a shell on day 1, we have had no more. My two main concerns at this point are: 1) Could she be egg bound? (I cannot feel any egg inside her, but I am inexperienced in this this is my first flock and they are about 6 months old) or maybe it is just stress? Should I be worried she did not lay yesterday and today? 2) Even though she is eating the baby food, it is veeery little and I do not really know how much to get down. She will not eat anything else. 3) The wound itself I am cleaning with peroxide 2 times a day, and I see no signs of infecction, but if she survives, I need to find a way to cover it when she is ready to go outside..any suggestions? 4) Any other advice is welcome! Thanl you sooo much!