I wasn't sure where to post this question since it's not an emergency/disease etc., but it didn't seem to fit under "Breeds/showing etc. So please direct me if this should be asked under another forum title.
OK, I have a Polish Frizzle rooster. I also have two hens from the same hatching egg batch that I purchased last year. They will be a year old next month. The rooster's wing feathers are just quills at the tips. Someone said I could just clip those and his feathers will grow back. True? His tail feathers are broken, too. The hens feathers aren't quite as "quillish" as the roos but the tops of their wings are bare. I don't know if they are a frizzle/frizzle cross. I have had other Frizzles who have not had this problem. Is it bad breeding? And should I clip those quills? They are pretty sharp. He is not aggressive at all toward me but gosh he will not leave the ladies alone!