Twisted toenail on hen, do I trim back a little or all the way? Another rescued hen. At one time one of her legs had scale ( I covered it with vaseline for a few weeks). It seems like the scale healed before I got her but the longest toe grew a twisted nail as a result and it is over 1/2 inch long. I trimmed it back a bit when she came and it bled a little. I am afraid to trim it back to normal size due to the quick and the risk of blood/infection. I was told just trim a little off every few weeks... But I am afraid she will get it caught in something and tear or break her big main toe? What should I do? She is managing so far in getting around, but clearly she would walk better with a shorter nail. SO would you trim a little every other week OR just chop it back to normal length? I think the quick will bleed either way. Thanks!