My hen came with a tom that I figured on rehoming since I already had a tom. Hate to do it, but this is the first full grown heritage hen I've come across for sale in 6 months. The new tom has really fat, curved (to the side, not under) middle toes. Everything else about his feet looks fine. He's 2 years old. I dont know how long he's had this problem. I almost didnt get them but couldnt leave them there. There was no shade, no perches, and they were being fed chick grower because they were in a yard with young geese and they didnt know how to make sure everyone got different food. Yes, I know the geese aren't supposed to get chick grower either. Essentially, they were both malnourished. I'm going to go pick up some more vitamins and all for their water and wanted to find out about the foot issue in case theres something I can do about it. My daughterr suggested possibly bumblefoot, but does that affect just one part of the foot?