I was closing up the coop tonight and noticed that my black minorca's head was covered in blood! After they were all roosted and the light turned off I grabbed her off the roost to see if I could clean her up. She has a larger and floppier comb than all the others and I think the rooster grabbed hold of it while mating. There is a large gash, I am surprised it is still attached. It looks like it bled a lot and her head is crusty with blood. I cleaned her beak and nostrils, but she would not let me clean the rest of her face. A couple questions for those of you that are more experienced: 1. Should I scrub hard to get her clean or will she figure out a way? 2. I noticed another minorca with a scabby back of her head. Should I get rid of the rooster? (This is new - a few hens had head feathers pulled before, but never accompanied by scabs/wounds). 3. Do I need to isolate the injured hen so the other hens don't pick on or eat her? And so the rooster doesn't reopen the wound? They are happily sleeping now but I would greatly appreciate advice before morning in case I need to do something drastic to protect my hen!