Update for this issue:
I was not able to glue the beak. She fidgeted too much when I got the glue close to her, even though I tried to keep the eyes covered with a t-shirt.
I only brushed the cracks with a small paint brush of vetericyn a couple times a day.
Kept her in a box in the house for 8 days. The first day or two, I used a dropper to give water. She began eating boiled egg and feed slowly about the 2nd night. Gradually got better and drank on her own. Best I can tell, it just closed and healed/scarred whatever, and got more solid with time.
After the week in the house, I said "you gotta go see if you can mingle on your own." I let everyone out to forage, and then took her out as well. That evening she roosted, and sorta hid her face, head down, etc. to keep anyone from pecking at her. She foraged slowly at first, probably still very sore. But all came along okay.
She did not lay her first egg til she was 10 months old. I am guessing she's a late bloomer, as well as the stress of the ordeal. She's as normal as anyone now, except for she attacks my ankles sometimes from behind me. She never approaches from the front, only charges when my back is to her. LOL, weirdo. I kept her from being tortured by the others, and she repays me like this.