I have a Welsummer pullet who appears to have been scalped by the over-zealous cockerels. She has a quarter-sized flap of skin with feathers attached that has been partially ripped away from the back of her head and neck. She was in a pasture, and actually flew up into my lap (not a common occurence at our house) to tell me about how rough the boys were getting with her. She is now isolated, quiet, eating and drinking and does not seem excessively damaged. I think the wound looks more grusome than it is damaging. There is no bad smell, did not seem to be a lot of dried blood around it. I cleaned it up and it looks like it could heal. So, do I super glue the edge so the wound is closed? I'm worried that I will not get it clean enough and the thing will abcess if I close it up. Will I have to find a rooster free flock for her? I think she may always have a protruding flap of skin that will make her easier to grab and injure in the future. She's a nice friendly little girl, but we intend to keep a rooster and I wouldn't want her to be constantly injured.