The 3 wk old chick has had pasty butt the entire time it's been alive. It's a golden seabright. It acts fine. All the chicks are doing great. It's just that this chick still has to have it's butt cleaned a few times a day. I am SO not cleaning this chickens but for the rest of it's life!!! Brooder temp is fine, always have access to clean food and water. I grind the starter crumbles for all the bantams still. I clean the brooder a few times a day. I did the honey/water for a few days. The other golden seabright (same age) only had it for a few days and now it's fine. Do ya'll think this chick is deformed inside? It appears to be really happy and healthy, just has a poopy butt. It doesn't appear to be suffering (except when I catch it and clean it's butt). I've read the stuff about pasty butt but didn't see anything where someone was having a problem this long with just one chick. Any suggestions or should I cull it? Oh this is one from the mixed bantam batch from TSC.