Leona the chicken has one super-duper long toenail. My solo attempts at snapping a photo were unsuccessful, but the tip is about 3 times the normal length. It looks like it's impeding her gait a bit. And it looks weird. Should I cut it, or is this bothering me more than her? If so, any tips like what to use and how not to mess up the procedure? Other stuff about my 2 chickens in case this may impact your theories regarding toenail growth: The girls have the run of the backyard with plenty of dirt to scratch. Leona is not laying right now, and her health has been up and down for about 6 months. She was but is not currently on Baytril. Her only symptons of ill health now are brown runny poo. She has a good appetite, eyes are clear and bright, isn't under weight, etc. Their regular diet includes lay pellets, oyster shells, whatever tasty bugs or vegetation they find. They also get scratch and a few scraps as treats.