We adopted a 2 year old hen today from a neighbor today. She was the sole survivor of a nasty racoon attack. She has some broken feathers on her back. She likely survived because she was broody. We have 7 hens, and we hope to intergrate her into our flock. In the meantime she has her own space with everything she needs and where the chickens can check each other out safely. She has a pale and floppy comb - likely from being broody and/trauma of the attack. However this afternoon, she seemed fine. When I checked on her this evening, the entire top portion of her beak has peeled off. It's just dangeling there off to the side, and looks like the top "shell" of her beak. It's looks like there is another beak underneath. It's strange. Like when a toenail lifts up to expose a new toenail growing underneath. It's slightly bloody. Not bad. I left it the way it was for the night, not knowing what to and not wanting to make it worse. Perhaps she tore it on our hardware clothe? Should we flip the beak back on her nose? Any ideas or suggestions?