So, I have a small flock of 5 birds (1 rooster and 4 hens). The rooster was a Delaware and the hens were 2 BRs and 2 Golden Wyandottes respectively. The rooster has been a pretty good boy so far (he's 9 months old now) but the last couple days he's been very aggressive towards the BRs. He started mounting both of them repeatedly and 1 of them finally had enough and challenged him. He attacked her and ripped out all her head feathers yesterday. I rinsed her head with saline and then an iodine wash and then coated it in blu-kote. This morning, he went for her again and basically scalped her completely. He also went after the other BR as well. He wasnt trying to mount either this time, he was just attacking them. She lost all of her skin from the top of her head all down her neck. Its a pretty gruesome wound. I cleaned it as best I could and I've brought her into the house in my nursing pen (basically a baby's playpen that I use for raising chicks) but she doesnt look good. The rooster has since been put down because I simply cant have him hurting the hens that way. He was always a tad rough with them but I was hoping he would outgrow it as he got older. I guess he was just a bad seed. So...is there anything I could have done differently and what do you recommend for that type of wound? I dont want to put blu-kote on it as its such a deep wound. So far, I just rinsed it with saline and then a mild iodine wash and I'm leaving it open to the air to heal that way. I've seen chickens survive some pretty bad injuries but I'm somewhat doubtful that she's going to make it. Thoughts?