We rescued a 1yr old RIR hen from a local. The hen was the sole survivor after some critter broke into her coop at nite. The owner said the hen is eating, but will not go in the coop anymore. I bring the bird home, now I'm looking for a little help/info. Her beak is just about 1/4 past her nostrils. Looks like she broke it trying to escape the intruder by pecking at the walls of the coop.The upper beak is curled up and back towards her nostrils. She is eating the crumble, apple sauce and yogurt that we feed her. She is alert and active and very vocal. I have a small coop that I put her in the first day and night. I let her out in the run the past two days, but the past two nights she roosts on top of the coop. The coop is enclosed inside a 6 ft chain link fence that is covered. Main concerns are: Will the beak grow back, and should I trim the curled upper beak. Should I let her roost outside or should I put her in the coop( I live in NJ and its starting to get cold at night?. Anything else I should be doing or looking out for? Any and all info is appreciated. p.s. I have 5 12wk old pullets so there aren't any other birds to worry about.