One evening my husband forgot to close up the coop/run, when I got home from work we were watching TV and heard a muffled screech sound. I asked if the hens were put away for the night, and he said oh, I forgot. so we grabbed a flashlight and went outside. we heard a rustling and found one of our cream legbars stumbling towards us. I immediately picked her up and by the flashlight could see she was injured. my husband and I quickly ran to the coop to check on the other hens, all accounted for so we closed the coop up and brought Lightning inside . I cleaned her up a bit so I could try to see the extent of her injuries. pretty bad, but not continuous bleeding, noted several puncture wounds and de-gloved area on her scalp and neck. also puncture on her beak. Long story short...brought her to the Animal emergency care center. we spoke about helping her vs euthanizing. we opted for trying to help her, she looked a bit shocky to me, they gave her pain meds and cleaned her wounds, gave her a fluid bolus and some antibiotics. They were able to reclose some of the skin tissue with dermabond surgical glue. Since we have had her back home I am continuing with the antibiotic and pain/inflammation medication. she is in the house in the crate we had just finished using as a brooder. she is not eating, made a slurry with her feed and water to offer her as a liquid which she is sipping on , she does drink if I put a small cup of water to her beak. Praying she will recover from this, she is 1.5 year old and a sweet hen. She is a little unsteady with walking and loses her balance when she shakes out her feathers, but regains her stance without intervention. we have no idea what found her, a terrible lesson for my husband to learn. this is before - after I got her cleaned up a bit we took her to the ER this is her, after the vet cleaned her up more and reattached her skin in the brooder turned infirmary at home anyone have suggestions on what I can try to get her to eat? or how long she can go without eating, if she is still drinking?