Sorry, I neglected to make the videos public. They were set to private, so you could not see them. Please try again. A couple of days ago, Jewel, maybe 6 months old, flew off the roost when we opened the coop in the morning and landed on a decorative concrete piece we were using to place the water dispenser on. (no longer!) She landed with her right leg in one of the openings and immediately began limping and favoring the leg. Now she can't or won't curl the toes of that leg. We have separated her from the other girls, and have confined her movements in a hutch. We have been attempting to keep it wrapped, but we cannot tell where the injury is. The leg does not feel broken, but we are novices at this. She does not flinch when we feel the leg from the shoulder to the toes. Here are links to three short videos on YouTube of her leg. I don't understand why she cannot curl her toes. I have been reading a little on BYC and am still confused. How do we diagnose what is actually the problem? We want to nurse her back to health and return her to the flock, but the last chicken with an injured leg did not heal, and the other chickens tormented her relentlessly. If you recognize this injury, and can tell us what to do to help her, please respond. Thanks to all of you for being there.