We have a banty pullet, one of six bantys about six weeks old, that a friend forced on my son. We were hoping for all hens, but discovered two roos in the bunch. One of the roos has taken a dislike to his sister, for some reason. He started chasing her, so we separated them except at night. She was so lonely and scared we wanted her to be with her siblings to roost. It worked til this morning, when we were late getting to the barn. By the time we got there he'd pecked a hole on top of her head. We treated it with Neosporin and put a lot on, in the hopes that a lot will help to keep the flies off. Is it ok to treat it with hydrogen peroxide, too, if we can drip it on without it getting in her eyes? Would peroxide kill any maggots or fly eggs that get in the wound? Obviously, we're going to keep her separated from now on; hoping to introduce her to some new friends later.