Not an emergency or a disease that I am aware of nor an injury. I have a 15 week old Cream Legbar cock that has a peculiar disability that he has had since we can remember. When he pecks at something, he is low by about 1/2"! If he is trying to catch a cricket or pick up a treat, he keeps pecking at it but is consistently 1/2" or so below. Anyone ever see anything like this? Is it something curable or anything to be concerned about? He eats fine and is growing well, just can't participate too much with treats unless we hand them to him. Even then, they have to be big treats so he can actually hit them! Both eyes look good with no deformities that we can see. We have a flock of 11 birds. Only one was supposed to be a roo but somehow, the sexing got mixed up on two of them and we ended up with another Cream Legbar roo and a Silver Laced Wyandotte roo. The one that can not hit is target (his name is misfire!) is the largest and prettiest of the two CLs. We plan to keep one CL roo since we also have a CL hen. The other CL roo is much smaller and has a crooked, floppy comb. Which would be best to keep, the small one with the crooked comb or Misfire? Not planning to breed for show but may hatch some eggs to give away.