1. NeedsMoreChickens

    Slightly Crooked Beak

    It's more obvious in person, but this 4 week old (ish) chick has a slightly crooked beak. The top and bottom still meet, but will this turn into something worse?
  2. faithlj

    Brenham TX. 2Hens. 1Roo. 15wks. Best offer

    Brenham TX We’ve have 3 chickens we need to rehome to better their lives or because they do not fit into our future breeding program. 1 Americana (Hen, Scissor beak) 1 White Cochin Bantam 1 Golden Sunbright Bantam Rooster Hatch date was estimated to be March 31st. Asking $30 (total) for all 3...
  3. E

    6 wk silkie with scissor beak

    My little girl has some serious scissor beak. She is a silkie and just shy of 6 weeks. She is half the size of her sisters... pretty much literally. I weighed one tonight that was over 7 oz and she’s only 3.5 oz. She is constantly eating because it’s so much harder for her to get any food, but I...
  4. ChickenTenderKesha

    Confirm on gender please!

    Sold to me as an Ameraucana (looks like one), roughly 19 weeks old.. the tail feathers are worrying me along with my one cockerels behaviour today towards this one. S/he has a severe scissor beak so it’s difficult to know for sure as it’s harder to prune the feathers with a beak like that...
  5. Jes78b

    When she has no fight left...

    Hawkeye aka Hula girl is my favorite girl. From the day I discovered her beak was a little different from her mates she did nothing but fight. She proved to me time after time I was wrong, she was a tough old bird, and she would fight for her life against all odds. I decided to trim the upper...
  6. Jes78b

    Crossbeak Easter Egger with possible secondary issue? Help please

    So hopefully I'm in the right place and can get this photo posted. I have a 6 week old EE, Hula Girl aka Hawkeye, that started developing what looked to be crossbeak aka scissorbeak at about 3 weeks old. I initially got an electric nail file and filed it down as much as I could. It seemed like...
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