I introduced 4 more chickens and a 5 month old rooster to my bunch. My other rooster is 1 1/2 years old, but he does not handle the hens. I rescued him from a farm that had to other roosters. He was at the bottom of the pecking order, and even the hens picked on him. Because of this, I believe he just does not have the confidence to lead the hens. So the new rooster took over right away. Brallon, my original rooster, submitted, but would then try to challenge the new rooster over and over. Finally I had to bring Brallon into the house, but the next day he was accepted back into the coop and slept there with no problems. However, the next morning he was picked on, so he finally ended up on the other side of the property the whole day. I was keeping an eye out to make sure the new rooster did not go too far. I was told it could take a week before things settle down. So I go over to make sure Brallon is getting enough water, when I notice he is bleeding from his comb. Chuck, the new rooster, must have gotten to him. But then I notice his eye is injured, and black looking. The yellow colour is gone, but it does not look like the eye socket is empty. Brallon is a very timid bird. He was not tame when I got him. He was warmed up a bit, especially since the new rooster came. So now I have him back inside, but he gets too stressed if I try to treat him. I see a little wiggly insect/worm on his eye. His eye is crusted over now. I really want to treat him, but he gets too stress. She I just force it on him anyways? Also, I think I need to rehouse him. I don't think Chuck is going to accept him as a beta any longer. Brallon is like a gentle giant, he is a Brahma. I bulk at the thought of putting him down. How can I tend to his wounds without causing him so much stress? Should I wrap him snuggle in a towel and cover the other eye? I don't even now if I can get antibiotics here without seeing a vet. I am in Sweden, and meds like that are not something you just get in the store. I am feeding him yoghurt.