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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by chickencoop789, Mar 9, 2014.
How do you know if your chickens nails/beaks need a trimming?
If your hens are free range and scratch around a lot, I wouldn't worry about nails or beaks. If they have been cooped up for some time, you'll notice a distinct curl starting to happen in the nails, and the top part of the beak will begin to look like a fairly extreme "overbite." Wish I had some photos for you.
Ditto. If your birds are not caged, most likely they don't need trimming.