Hi, When we got home this afternoon one of my Barred Rocks, about 23 weeks old, one that is not normally an escapee, tried to get out as I was going into their yard. As I picked her up to put her back in I found that she had been pecked and was now bloody. It looked pretty deep, on top of her head right behind her comb. The rooster showed his true feathers and attached her in front of me. Well I knew then what had to be done. The hen is separated, in a crate in the garage and the rooster is waiting for a new home or a pot, not mine, one day soon. So when we got home this evening I put some neosproin on her injury. The bleeding looked like it was beginning to dry some. So my question would be, what should the further treatment for her be. How many times a day would I need to put the ointment on. How long does she need to be kept sequestered? I notice from time to time the girls sort of ganging up on each other. They always are pecking and pulling out feathers but that is just chickens. The rooster was just over the top! Is there something I should add to their diet. They get a very good Poultry blend called all in one from our local Co-Op store. 1 scoop of corn in the AM and a few handfuls of a delightful mix of seeds and nuts in the afternoon. I think I'm getting off subject. If anyone could let me know what else to do or if I'm barking up the wrong tree with what I have done I would appreciate the thoughts. Thank you. PS If you need a photo I'm not sure how to get it on this page so will try on my page.