Yesterday afternoon I went to check on my animals and saw that one of my hens had impaled her wing on a hook that we use to hang water buckets. The hook is about 18 inches from the ground so she was able to stand but her wing was out stretched- stuck on this hook. It took quite some time and effort to release her from the hook. After looking at some chicken wing anatomy, it looks like the hook may have gone through or close to her ulna. After I freed her I saw that her wing did not close near her body and was hanging down slightly. I was hoping that she was just stiff. But 24 hours has passed and it is the same. She cannot fly to her roost. All the hens roost in the rafters 10 ft high. She even has trouble with her balance as she hops around. She did a couple of graceful face plants today because the wing seems to be useless. She is eating, drinking and otherwise doing fine. What can I do to help her? Will this heal? Do I take her to a vet? My husband thinks I'm being ridiculous...but she won't be safe in our barn if she can't roost. Any suggestions?