Yesterday I posted that my SLW pullet had her comb scalped halfway off her head. I cleaned it up with peroxide and put her in a crate in the coop overnight to keep her safe from the others picking at it. I had this brain flash this morning - why not Super Glue her comb back down to her little head? Absolutely! Hell, mechanics, carpenters and farmers all use it to treat lacerations. It's in all their tool boxes! Who needs a vet? Who needs fancy stitches? So I brought in the patient and we got out the Gorilla Super Glue, and one drop under the flap, hold in place for thirty seconds, and good as new! I got a tad on my finger and almost glued myself to her head, but we got unstuck and she is now back in the fold, none the worse for wear. It seemed perfectly dry under the flap, so I don't think there's much chance of any bacteria being trapped under there. And my biggest worry was the others would be attracted to the loose flappy comb and rip it the rest of the way off. And a girl has to have a comb! Sure hope this works and there aren't any unforeseen consequences.