Oh no--We just hatched 2 chicks (the natural way--using a broody hen), and at 3 weeks, I just noticed one of them has a crossed beak. Looks pretty bad, but the chicks are almost the same size and growing every day--so far no one is undernourished. They have a GREAT mamma who dotes on them, protects them well, and breaks up their food for them. I just started giving them mushy oatmeal along with a deep feeder with chick starter, plus lots of greens from the garden, bread, etc. They have a safe area in an elevated coop, and the other 10 hens and 1 roo are peaceful free-rangers. Mostly Ameraucana with a couple of Orps. Any words of wisdom? I can't see how beak filing is gonna help this little fella.