I have recently had two broodys hatch out six chicks. One silkie, one bantam Wyandotte and four silkie Wyandotte bantam crosses. Now the problems... All the crossed chicks have a little or no third toe (the one that is usually the most feathered)On both feet. they are coping quite well with their little/no toes and seem fine in every other aspect. The silkie chick has an 'overbite', the top bit of it's beak is abnormally longer then the bottom half. The other chick is normal as far as I can tell. So are these problems caused from inbreeding or some other genetic problem?