I just bought a new feeder and waterer at TSC so I could stop having to haul the coop feeders in and out every day. I picked up the standard galvanized steel ones, which I've seen many people using on here. Well, I just went to put the feeder in and everything seemed to be going fine until I heard this atrocious honking. I look over and it looks like my SLW has gotten caught somehow. By the time I got into the run, she had freed herself (this only went on for a matter of seconds), but it looked like she had caught her beak on something down in where the feed is dispensed. I checked her out, no blood, nothing seemingly wrong with her. She looked fine, acted fine, all seemed peachy. I grabbed that feeder out of there faster than someone can say 'pinched beak.' I looked and couldn't find anything she could get caught on, so I'm thinking maybe she got her beak wedged under where the food comes out. Anyone else have these issues? I'm wondering if maybe it was just a one off from my most curious pullet, digging her face in to check out the new giant silver thing. I just don't want something in with them that could cause harm. This is the feeder, although mine looks a teensy bit different: http://www.mytscstore.com/detail.asp?pcID=8&paID=1039&sonID=218&page=1&productID=25286 . Like I said, I didn't see anything sharp or sticking out within the feeder that should could have possibly been stuck on, but I imagine if her beak was caught underneath and she twisted wrong in her panic to get out, she could do damage to herself. Help!