My little Buff Orp pullet, Lizzy, has developed a strange habit. She is the friendliest of the bunch and the first to run over for treat time in the evenings. What she'll usually do is grab the fruit (mostly grapes) and get chased around the run by the other 11 week olds. After she slurps it down she'll then wipe her beak back and forth on the blades of grass. I assumed it was because she didn't like the sticky juice on her face. Today I brought them crickets. I knew she would enjoy them the most since she has been a bug catcher extraordinaire since the first day we brought her home. She grabbed as many as she could, and when she was done, you guessed it, she wiped off her face. I only find it odd because she's the only one that does this. Do any of you have hens that wipe off their beaks after eating?