I have an injured hen isolated on the porch. She's allowed free access to the entire screened porch and I just sweep and scrape it off daily. I take her outside as much as possible, but it's extremely hot right now and I can't stay outside for long. I can't let her out by herself because my young roo sees her and makes a beeline straight for her. I have her torn side bandaged with guaze and vet wrap, but I'm afraid he will tear her wound open again. He can't be isolated, but even if he could it wouldn't do much good. Doe is liable to tangle with some of the other hens and again I worry about her wound. They predicted 96 degrees for us yesterday, but it actually got up to 103 here on the farm; and that's without the heat index. It's much too hot for Doe to wear a saddle so she can re-join her flock, no?