Hello - My lovely and sweet maran was attacked by a hawk three days ago. She sustained wounds on the back of her head and down the back of her neck. Currently, she is being housed in dog crate away from the rest of the flock. Her wounds seem to be responding to treatment and she has been eating. Her droppings are firm and appear consistent. Yesterday, I pulled her out of the crate to administer some gentle stretching. I noticed that her toes are completely turned/curled inward and she does not bear any weight on her feet. She is unable to walk on them.:-( Truly, I am baffled and I want to address this issue along with the others, but I am not certain what I am facing. I have been in contact with the county extension poultry specialist as well as helpful staff at the local feed supply store and they all helped me to select medications to address wound care and bacterial infections. The "toes curling in" is something that I just noticed. If anyone has any suggestions, I would be greatly appreciative as I am still fairly new to the chicken business and this is my first experience with a predator attack. Thank you!