I have a large bronze hen, friendly as anything and healthy to boot. Today, she got her toe caught in something whilst free-ranging, and when I found her, I didn't realize right away (she has a limp already, from before she came to me). When I had brought her back to her pen, however, she wasn't eating (usually she's hungry in the evenings) and wasn't 'talking' to me like normal. I herded her toward her food, and realized there was a big sticky blood spot on the ground. I rinsed her foot down, and found that her dewclaw had been broken, right in the middle of the talon and straight down. It's still mostly attached, but bent far to the side and it was bleeding profusely, although it slowed after about five minutes (estimated). I couldn't get much help with her (I was hoping to get someone to hold her while I checked it out, but she eventually let me hold her foot out behind her while she stood, and clean it. it's not pretty, but it was done bleeding, at least. It's getting dark out there, and she wasn't seeming to be upset over it anymore, so I slathered it with ozonal and stop-pick and put her in a pen alone. So I'm wondering... Now what? Putting her down is my last resort, and veterinary service isn't an option. Should I attempt to clean it better and wrap it, or should I just let it be and keep an eye on it? What can I do to try to prevent infection? Should I pull out her talon? Again, just what comes next, or does anything?