Have been reading on here lately about debeaking... horrible practice! And have also been reading about cross-beak problems. Could a horrible practice be the solution to a horrible deformity? If debeaked beaks don't grow back could this practice be used to cut off the ends of cross beaks and help to achieve a more normal beak configuration? I don't know what debeaking practices consist of, but obviously the bird can live through it... so... what do you think? Can something good come of this? I have neither a debeaked bird or a cross-beak one... so I'm just thinking? Thoughts?!?