ARGH! We should have moved the tractor while it was lighter out so we could see what we were doing and where all the birds were at all times. My boyfriend was going to pull it by himself, but I went around to the other side to help, so I lifted up and was pushing at the same time. He wasn't expecting the help so he pulled the tractor onto his flip-flopped toe. He yells because he just got injured and drops the tractor. I then heard the poor cockerel peeping his head off. He was stuck under the tractor. My bf immediately lifted it up and the bird hobbled away. He's limping still. I looked at the leg and it's scratched on the side of it - I guess that's called the shank? I believe that's the part that was pinned. How to I tell if it's broken? If it's broken - do I splint it? Do I cull him? I don't want him to suffer....but maybe it's able to be fixed? I was going to post this in a different section - but I felt that it was meant here because it has to do with meat birds and a meat situation. Likewise - you guys would probably know if I should cull now or if the sheer weight of the bird will be a problem for the injured leg later.