I have recently purchased four 19 week old Isa Browns to add to my flock. I had no idea that they would have their beaks trimmed ( more like mutilated)... two of them so short, their tongue's are almost visible....They seem to have a bit of trouble picking up the laying mash....do you think they were fed pellets and if so can they adapt to the grain with such short beaks?? Any thoughts on this would be appreciated....thanks. P.S. I have always raised my birds as day olds so never had trimmed beaks before, really hate it!