My little EE pullet Geobett evidently stuck her head through the mesh on the fence of her chick pen inside the larger run and got pecked to the point she had her skin lacerated and it's now slid down from her head. She seems fine and not in shock. I cleaned the wound with hydrogen peroxide, letting it flush out under the flaps of skin. I then put Blu-kote on it, mostly to disguise the raw wound, which is about 3/4 inch wide. Should I attempt to stitch the skin back together? I just read a post about a Silkie getting scalped, and I may have done the wrong thing by putting the Blu-kote on it. Can I put Neosporin over Blu-kote? I was encouraged by the replies to that post that all pointed out how tough chickens are and how much they can survive. I sure hope this will be the case with little Geobett. I put her back with her three brooder mates since they don't seem to be interested in her head wound, and she would be more traumatized by being separated.