Treating a chicken's open sores requires the best wound and skin care product. Chickens in a flock are prone to open sores. Spending a good deal of time pecking the ground for food, they often peck each other. This constant pecking with sharp beaks can lead to a painful, irritating chicken wound. Chickens or roosters fighting with their spurs can inflict immense damage on themselves and each other. Additionally, a virus called fowlpox can lead to wet or dry sores and poor chicken health. In this article, we'll examine these chicken sores and how to bring relief using a new, all-natural animal wound care spray.