I have a hen that has one wing that looks odd. I got her around point of lay, so I don't know if this is a genetic defect, or if maybe she injured her wing as a baby. Does anyone have a guess? Here's her good side, for reference: And here's her bad side: Does anyone have an idea why it looks like this? It's like her primary flight feathers stick out while her wing is folded. The reason I care is because I'd like to breed another, older EE in the flock. I *think* I can tell the difference between their eggs based on size and the fact that the younger EE usually has calcium deposits on her eggs. But if the younger EE has a genetic defect, then maybe I need to separate them for a bit to be 100% sure that I'm not incubating the younger EE's eggs. If it looks like she probably just broke her wing as a baby though, then I'll still try to get the older one's eggs, but just based on appearance, not by separating these two.