I posted about this chicken in https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/940223/post-molt-chicken-is-skinny-and-antisocial . I haven't gotten the results of the worm test yet, but after keeping her in a pen in view of the others but without access to them for two days, I let her out today. This is how I found her hiding under a bush. Her comb normally stands up straight, and there's about 1/2 inch of it cut off and 1/2 inch still attached. The 1/2 inch cut off part is attached to the rest of the comb, but not to her head, and unless I can sew it back on (HA) it's going to stay that way. So should I cut it off perpendicularly to her head? I've read about them bleeding to death, don't want to do that!! How would I do it? It bothers her I can tell the way it flops around and I'm sure it's painful. I washed it and sprayed it with Bactine, and have put a powder antibiotic into the drinking water, but I don't know if she's drinking. It's also getting dark and so she'll be going into her chicken-sleep-coma. I don't normally have problems with pecking, in fact she and my other Barred Rock were the ones who gave my rooster the most trouble when he was introduced. I have isolated her in my garage to the unhappiness of my husband, who said, after we had 17 chicks living in there, NO MORE chickens in the garage.