Hello there, Last Monday, three of my little dewlap toulouse eggs hatched. I'm very happy about this! I did notice, however, that one of the babies had a crooked bill out of the shell. She is a week old now, and it's pretty apparent how crooked she is. She's very active and sweet, and she eats and drinks just as much as the others (even though she's the runt -- she was born tiny). Both her siblings cuddle with her and love her as they do the other. How can I make sure she has the best life possible? I have deep food and water dishes for her right now. Is this something that's going to get worse? I'm worried -- She is my baby and I'd hate to think she might get worse or become overly uncomfortable/in pain. Also, these are a rare breed, and I was planning on breeding these guys...However, I don't want to breed her if this condition is hereditary. I know scissor beak in chickens is more often than not hereditary. Is anybody familiar with this in geese? Could it be developmental? I've attached pictures for reference. As you can see, she's very sweet and darling. Thank you!