I rescued a couple of Narragansetts yesterday and they look really rough. They were kept in a tiny muddy pen with some chickens and ducks. They are supposed to be four months old. One is maybe four pounds and the other maybe six. Their caruncles are all scabby (from being pecked by the chickens?) and their feathers are pretty mud and poop covered. I brought them home and gave them water and game bird feed and access to the yard (grass, sandy spots) and they already look better today than yesterday. They've been dust bathing and following me around. They seem active. I'm wondering if I should treat their scabby heads or just let them heal. They seem really small for their age, will they grow to a relatively normal size? Is there anything else I should be doing for them? Thanks for the help!