Can it be fixed? PICTURE

Zahboo

Simply Stated
10 Years
Feb 3, 2009
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Hope Mills, NC


I don't think it can. It's been like this for about 2 weeks. It's getting worse
 
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UT Hobby Farmer

In the Brooder
10 Years
May 12, 2009
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0
22
I don't think it can either.

Reminds of a cartoon character...the one that is absent minded and clueless.
 

Chickenaddict

Songster
11 Years
May 19, 2008
3,691
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East Bethel MN
I'm afraid not it's a genetic defect in their skull plate. I have a crossbeak hen too but hers is a very mild case, she eats, drinks, plays with the rest just fine. If your chicken is eating/drinking on its own i'd leave it be and see how it does as it gets older. If it gets worse which they often do then you may want to consider culling it.
 

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