Yes I thought so - crooked beaks are common but. And you're right it doesn't affect the bird's eating habits at all. Many commercial hatcheries cull crooked beaked birds which is a little sad but at least yours has a good life. I get the occasional quail with crooked beak disorder - I hatch out lots more quail than chickens.cheers, yeah the grey one in the top photo has a crooked beak, it doesn't seem to worry it, it must eat as much as the others as it's just as big. I just trimmed a little bit off the bottom beak, but i don't think that'll make much difference.
Is that rooster standing on a step ladder? He's huge compared to the rest of the flock!Here is my big rooster. He's very good - doesn't attack humans, mild mannered, doesn't crow much at all and when he does crow it isn't too bad.
He's big isn't heIs that rooster standing on a step ladder? He's huge compared to the rest of the flock!
He definitely looks like the boss there.