I have a small flock of chickens and I have one Rhode Island White (one of 4) that I got this summer. They were with an aggressive Rooster (aptly named Woody). One of the hens was missing a lot of feathers on her backside with some wing feather damage and I figured Woody liked her best. Fast forward 5 months and she has not grown her feathers back. It's like some permanent condition. I am wondering if she is okay. The other morning after letting the hens out of their coop I noticed that she was bloody on her backside; I was thinking frostbite as it's been pretty cold (teens) and she doesn't have any feathers. I have moved her to a shed, a dog crate and a huge movers blanket for insulation at night. She seems sort of okay but I'm really concerned about this absence of feathers. Again, this is not like molting it's like a skin disease or ????? Ideas anyone? Thanks for your help, The Nevada Gal Chicken Farmer! Picture here (a bit blurry) ... OOPS, I can't post a picture 'cause I'm new. diysolarsolutions(dot)com/images/Miss-3-Feathers(dot)png You can paste the link and just put . where dot goes or type it out - I really appreciate your help as I want to help her. For now I'm putting her in the shed and hoping she'll be okay.