Good afternoon all, I have no idea how I didn’t notice this little ones toe when she was a little chick. By the time I saw it, she was about 12 weeks, but didn’t seem to be causing any problems or lameness and it was past the point of an easy chick-shoe solution. Fast forward to today, at approximately 5 months, and she is limping and greatly favouring that leg. My touching the toe appears to be very painful for her. I only see 2 options - either leave her be (I imagine it will only bother her more as time goes on though) or straighten it out (which I imagine is actually breaking bone or a joint) and splint it. She’s otherwise a beautiful partridge Silkie, I’d even show her if not for the toe, so I refuse to cull. What would you do? And if you would break and splint, is there tips or anything else I should be aware of that would be different from fixing a chicks toes? **And yes, I know she has some lifted scales.... Scaly leg mites has been an ongoing battle in the flock that I’m working diligently to treat.