We have a little hen that has a curved beak, the pic is of her at about 4 month's of age. We noticed that she was not keeping up with the other hens in growing...we picked her up and noticed she was very thin. We cut her beak once but it bled for a bit, after that she ate better for a while. Now she is 5 month's old and it has grown even more curved (don't have pic). We have tried to file down with a course emery board, but it did not do much. She is a favorite with my kids and funny pics of her have made people laugh...we have to find a way to help her. We have been feeding her any way she will eat. Lately she runs to a small pet carrier we keep outside with pellet food and a towel, she scoops the food onto a towel & then can pick it up (but the towel has to be fluffy or she can't get under the food to scoop). She is unable to get "wet food" in her mouth...it gets stuck in the top curved part, she then scratches it out with her foot. It also looks a bit like her bottom beak is off to the side & does not align properly. Should we try to trim her beak again or take her somewhere?