I have a little bantam roo, a Pyncheon. He's teeny tiny. But I noticed last week that the tip of his upper beak is getting way unnaturally long. Like so long I'm worried he's not going to be able to eat right if it gets any longer. It's very thin and pointy, and curved over his lower beak by quite a bit more than is normal. Should I trim it? Anyone else have this problem? My whole flock is in a rather large pen, and I let them out to free range for a few hours most afternoons. None of the others have a long beak like his. It's really strange. Should I use my goat hoof trimmers? Or is there something else that will work better? Thanks!