I discovered today that one little pullet I have has Situs inversus, the condition where the internal organs are mirror image from normal. She's always been tiny and sort of sickly acting, like she was too cold and hunched up or just not feeling well, but I've never been able to find anything wrong with her and she eats well. Today I brought her in from her group outside because she just looked so sad and cold, I felt sorry for her. I had her in the recliner feeding her, and I was just checking her over, so when I went to feel her crop, I naturally went for the right side, and discovered it was empty...which was weird, because she was eating like a little pig! I checked again, and discovered it was on the LEFT -- and her heart is on the right! I did a little research and found that the condition is genetically recessive, and can occur in chickens when one side of the egg is heated more than the other. The same condition can happen in humans, more commonly with identical twinning, but can occur in individuals. Since my pullet was hatched out of an incubator with a fan and a turner, I'm wondering if her condition isn't genetic, not related to heat issues. None of my other OEBG's have ever had this, but it takes a unique combination for it to happen.