Oh my goodness! I had the same problem recently. Her name was Lily. Lily started limping and then I noticed her little toes were curled under exactly like yours! When they are disabled like this, the others will gang up on her. I believe that is how her foot ended up like this. She is the smallest and sweetest hen i have. Shes the one the bullies would go after. Here is what I have done;
Lily immediately came inside. For the first few days I kept her in a rather larger hamster cage (she is 2.5 months old) where she could stand and walk if she chose, but couldnt further injure herself. Use towels so she has lots of traction. I kept her fed and watered. VERY IMPORTANT IN THE RECOVERY PROCESS IS A PROTEIN DIET!! I fed her boiled chicken, small amounts of lean ground beef and basically anything high in protein. Diet was about 70% of Lilys recovery process. After a few days, I moved her to my spare bathroom. Lining the floor with plenty of traction. The other 30% of her recovery process was not allowing her around others. This ensures she can not be set back or further injured. Somebody suggested I take a very thin sheet of cardboard and use bandaids to tape her toes flat down. I did not do this, but the idea wasn't so bad. It has been almost two weeks and Lily is still inside. She still has a limp. But her toes do not curl and she can now put weight on that leg. EVERYONE told me she would not make it. She did
. I cant stress enough that the largest part of her recovery was her high protein and nutrient diet. Outside of only chicken scratch. Limit her attempting to jumo to perch. Force her to sleep on the ground. I babied her as if she were my ill child. She proved everyone wrong and is now doing wonderfully. I understand most ppl dont want a chicken inside. Luckily Lily is tiny tiny tiny. But separation from others will make all the difference, as well. Let me know how your baby does and what you decide to do!