This is a Coturnix quail, not a chicken, so there's no way I'm going to be tubefeeding it. I found him this morning with half of his upper beak cracked off at the nose. The other half is still firmly attached and trimming it seems a pretty awful thing to do. Plus, I think I'd end up fracturing his face by accident, he's so small. I think he's two months old? Not full grown yet. I'm not that attached to him, and I was going to cull him when I saw the injury, but I figured I'd give him a chance. I think he can drink, and he is interested in food but I haven't seen him get any down. I would dampen the feed, but I am worried it'll paste over his nostrils like it did to the last quail I tried that with. Do you think he can recover fully and eat without assistance if he loses this much of his beak? Will he be able to breed if he can't grab the hen by the neck? I've dealt with smaller beak injuries on chickens, but this seems pretty extensive. I don't want to put a lot of time and effort into fixing him if he will die anyway. As a side note, I have no idea how this happened. I swear these quail seem to be able to kill themselves in a padded room.