One of my gamefowl got in fight with another rooster and broke a small tip of the beak off. I know that on parrots they grow back if broke but I also know hatcheries cut beaks to stop cannibalism. I am afraid this will affect his free ranging if it does not grow back somewhat. It is not a large break only a couple millimeters, and there is a small flap of skin left that I don't know if I should trim off. He also has a crack in the side of his beak, but I believe that should heal, at least I hope. Unfortunately he killed the other rooster, a much bigger and better looking rooster. I bathed him and checked for other injuries, but could not find anything other than pulled feathers and scrapes, he did turn the bath water red though. This is puzzling as the deceased rooster had both spurs broken off. But I am hoping he will make it. I was planning on breeding the deceased as I am trying to increase the size of my birds, but now he will have to take his place if he makes it. For now I have him wrapped in towels trying to just keep him warm until he rebuilds his blood supply.