I have a week old chick that's lower beak isn't articulating with the upper beak. It is growing at a slight angle to the side. I didn't even notice there was a problem until just a few days ago so I think it is more of a recent development. The chick is able to eat and is thriving. It will not be used for breeding, just home-use egg production in a backyard coop (no roosters) so I don't want to have to cull unless it becomes life-threatening. Is there any way to correct the beak while the chick is growing to reduce the severity of the defect? Would a butterfly strip (adhesive suture) applied to the lower beak only to hold it in the correct position work? Thanks for any advice!