I was in the coop today and one of my girls was in a nest box. When the others came in she got fussy so I went to calm her and pet her. I felt what I thought must be dried mud on her. So I picked her up to inspect... I lift her wing and it doesn't seem to bad. Ok....that's not mud! When I got her situated and moved her feathers I found this. It's a little bigger then a half dollar. The white looking section is skin. That pink part is her actual meat. I cleaned it up a bit. I tried to remove the dried up crusted feathers and check the skin around the wound. It's like she's been skinned. I didn't want to get her wet it's getting cold. I put some neosporin on it. How does this look to anyone else? She is acting normal. Eating, pooping, I think she layed an egg. My only guess is this is from a hawk attack on 10/12. That seems like a long time but my roosters don't have spurs yet. I don't know what else could have caused this. I lost a girl in the hawk attack and looked everyone over. From the size of the wound I would have thought there would be blood everywhere. I never saw any! I know chickens are tuff but I feel so bad I didn't see this sooner. TIA for any thoughts on what I should do for her.