Yesterday morning to my horror I discovered that my bantam flock decided to attack this gold seabright. She had been with them for 2 days and it appeared that she was excepted, unfortunately that wasn't the case. When I found her she was lying in one corner of the run, extremely lethargic, blood weeping heavily from her head. I immediately removed her, covered the injuried area with a thick layer of antibiotic ointment and got a few drops of Poultry Drench in her beak. More was added to water I placed in her cage. A couple of hours later I got a few more drops of the electrolyte in her. Late yesterday afternoon she was not longer listless and cheeping quite loudly. I placed chick crumble in the cage and she immediately started eating. I just checked her this morning and except for looking like a vulture she appears fine. I'm convinced that getting the electrolytes in her is what saved her. I would recommend that everyone keep some available for just these types of emergencies.