I have a 9 month old Silkie hen who got water-logged in a sudden rainstorm, couldn't get under cover, and when I found her, she'd been badly attacked by my geese, and I assume, the rest of my chickens. All the feathers other than literally maybe 2, have been pecked out of her head, as well as the one side of her neck, and parts of her underside. Her head was terribly swollen - eyes swollen shut. This happened night before last, and I bathed her well (she had a lot of sand/dirt in her mouth, which I cleaned out as best I could with a tiny syringe), dried her, and put Neosporin Triple antibiotic all over her head (there didn't appear to be any actual open wounds, just some surface bleeding which I assume was from the feathers being plucked out). She was in shock, and I gave her a couple of drops of Rescue Remedy, mixed in a tablespoon of water - only administered about .05 ml - but it made her very sleepy and she has basically slept the time away - although I have been feeding her syringes full of Exact extra fat formula, and water every few hours. Although I would like to know if anyone has a hen who has lost feathers in this manner (especially a Silkie), and if they ever grew back or not, my main concern is any suggestions to make her more comfortable and see if she survives. I managed to pry her eyes open today, and the eyeballs are still in them, although I don't know yet if the severity of the pecking by the geese has blinded her or not - I am putting in some Rx ophthalmic ointment that I had for the chickens that I nursed through Avian Pox (and she was one of them, the poor thing). Once I got them open and put the ointment in them, she actually did blink her eyes, which seemed like a good sign. I've been just cleaning her off (she IS continuing to urinate and defecate), and keeping her in a soft towel on an old pillow in a laundry basket in a closed off room in my house - she is too weak to try and get out at all at this point. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.