Hello BYC! I need some more advice. One of my guineas broke a part of his upper beak off yesterday. I don't know how as I was not home at the time. I came home to find his beak covered in freshly dried blood. His upper beak is now shorter than his lower beak making eating / drinking very difficult. I cleaned the wound with Vetericyn as suggested and separated the bird from the flock. He definitely wanted to eat this morning (just crumble and cracked corn--no grit or oyster shell) but seems to have trouble eating since his lower beak is now longer than his upper due to this injury. I am needing suggestions on what to feed him (soft food wise). I am going to try to give him some water using a small syringe. I may even try giving some mashed up banana to him if you think that is safe to do. I am going to try using deeper food and water dishes (read on BYC) to see if it helps him to scoop up his food rather than biting it with the beak since it is painful. I do not want to try to tube feed as I have no experience what so ever and I would be afraid to hurt the bird. I do not have the funds to take my bird to a vet. I will try to post a photo of the beak! Please give me any advice!