Hen broke her pinky toe

MasterChief2988

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As you can see it is more loose and curls back in wrong position, she shows signs of pain but continues to just up and down.I keep my hen and rooster in my varanda , I have recently gotten a soft foam padding , so this must be due to the uncovered concrete floor from some weeks ago.
I use a popsicle stick to prop it in the right position, what should I do.
No bleeding or external injuries
She lays eggs every 2-3 days
No idea of what breed , is pretty small
is eating and drinking well
 

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coach723

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I can't really tell which toe you are referring too, the manual above is really good. Sometimes with a toe a shoe works better than a splint to keep everything positioned correctly-the manual explains how to do that. If you do splint, make sure it's cushioned and won't rub and cause irritation, and that it's not wrapped too tightly - you don't want to cut off circulation. Check it regularly for swelling and irritation.
 

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