To of my game stags (young roosters about 7 months old) got into a serious scrap. When I found them they were exhausted to the point that neither could see or stand. It appears an old American Dominique Cockerel found them and beat them down further just before I found them. I thought both were a loss. I placed each in a location protected from the wind and not two hot or cold. Heads, wings and even feet were swollen on both. Both were effectively blind for about 3 days and they would not eat during that interval. They did show limited interest in water. Weight loss was considerable. Over last three days they can see again and are starting to show interest in food although not eating much. Heads are still swollen. One has been released near house to hang with dogs. He still favors is feet a little (actually soreness likely higher up). He is going out of his way to avoid wind while staying in the sun, much more than other free-range birds around the barn that are not having issues. He is also fighting an infection associated with the wattles. Recovery expected to be complete even though both birds still walking very slowly. The preference for sun is really strong.