Okay, I went to the feed store today and looked at the chicks. I picked out a couple that had pasty butt (The worker tried to put these in a separate box since they were contagious) I also selected a Turken chick that I thought had been pooped on. She was being pecked at, but didn't seem to be in too bad of shape. When I got home and started the clean up, it wasn't poop, but dried blood. She has a pretty major gash on that little naked neck. I cleaned up part of her neck, but left a bloody piece of hanging skin alone. I have to admit that I wasn't prepared for this kind of emergency, and don't have bluekote or anything like that on hand. I did put some neosporin on the cut. She is in a brooder with 4 other chicks. They have pecked her a couple of times, not necessarily at the bloody spot, but more at the matted area from the clean up and neosporin application. They don't like it and immediately wipe their beaks after pecking her. She is tired, but has ate and drank. Any suggestions? I am able to monitor her today, but am worried about leaving her with the other chicks tonight. They are all sleeping in a huddle as I write this.