Hey everyone! My wife and I started raising chickens this year and bought several baby chicks of varying breeds and they have matured, laying us nice eggs . Our maran decided she wanted to be a mother and went broody. We were skeptical about whether or not she would stick with it considering how young she was and inexperienced but after a week of her stubbornness we relented and gave her 9 eggs to hatch. One egg turned out to be infertile but she hatched the other 8 and the little chicks are seemingly doing great and are about 2-3 days old. However, We noticed one of our little chicks (which we assume to be a Production Red/Cream Legbar Cross) has an extra toe or something growing out of her leg near the top where its leg meets its body. The little chick seems to be doing fine but I didn't know if this could be a sign of other future health problems or if its a sign that we shouldn't continue hatching eggs from that chicken or if this if just some sort of birth defect/mutation that can happen once in a while. Take a look at the pictures and let me know if you have any thoughts! Thanks!