I have a new anomaly appearing in a breeding line and wonder if anyone has seen anything like it. It's like the curliness of a frizzled feather, but in the opposite direction, curling under, rather than out. It's just that they curl in more than I've ever seen on a normal bird. It's difficult to depict in photos, but I've got a couple to show- it's really more extreme than the pics show, and is interesting, but a bit disconcerting, too. I can't imagine it being a product of nutrition, as tons of other birds are fed the same, and not all birds from this genetic group display it. I have one pullet and two cockerels showing it in a group of 4, though. Anyone?