We recently bought a peacock and a peahen (Indian blue siblings) from a reputable poultry farm in Barton Grange, Lancashire. I paid quite a lot, they were a birthday present for my wife to go on our recently bought small holding. She loves them, but after a couple of days and getting a little closer to them we noticed that one of them had wonky toes. The pea hens toes have folded under completely, one of which is bent completely under the foot. My wife now tells me the Peacock is doing the same. Now I don't know if this was something that they did before I bought them (I certainly didn't notice it, but I didn't check either!) or something that may have happened in transportation or during the first couple of days with us. They don't appear to be in any pain and if you pull the toes out the birds seem fine and the toes straighten but as soon as you let go they curl back under.
Any ideas? Any help would be great. They are about 5 months old, are chick shoes of some kind too late?