Hello, I'm not sure if this is in the right section of the forums, but I have a question. I have a hen that is almost two years old. She lives in our house, and because of the climate difference, she didn't molt this winter like the rest of the hens outside did. That isn't at all concerning to me, but what is concerning is that all of her feathers along her legs, chest, wings, and under her wings are broken. They aren't falling out... they are breaking off. She is a very healthy girl, so I'm not sure what is causing this. Is it a calcium deficiency that is causing brittle feathers? Is it possible that she is breaking them off herself? If so.... what would be causing her to do that? Like I said, she is very healthy. She eats good, drinks well, she's very active and just overall a very happy hen. But all of these broken feathers are beginning to drive me nuts. She isn't exactly fun to hold right now, with all of those sharp feather ends all over her. If anyone has any idea what could be causing this, I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks! P.S. This has been a gradual thing. Her feathers started breaking like this about 8 months ago, maybe. It hasn't all happened recently. But I have noticed that they are breaking off more in the last two months, than any other time. Which is why I am thinking I should really look into what is causing this.