Hi everyone! Kind of an odd question but can curly toes in chickens be caused by improper incubation? All but one of my BA chickens have curly toes. I bought them at 3 days post hatch from a private breeder who said she had troubles keeping the temp and humidity stable. I wouldn't think much of an unstable incubator other than maybe failed hatches but I remember reading somewhere that curly toes can be a problem with incubation. I know a vitamin B deficiency is usually the cause of curly toes and I would think that to be the problem except that I bought a variety of chicks from the feed store a couple days later and none of them have curly toes at present day. These birds are over a year old now and have been on the same diet of Nutrena brand feeds. They hadn't free ranged until this year either, long after the development of curly toes. Only one BA chick had curled toes at the time of purchase. Could it simply be hereditary? Ideas?