We hatched 3 bantam cochins, 1 bo/rir, and one mystery chick 2 weekends ago. This morning, when DH was checking things over, he hollered for me to come right away, and when I got to the brooder he was holding one of the cochins....whose top beak was broken off! We checked the other 2 of his breed, and one seems fine but the other one looks like his beak is... i dont know, disintegrating almost??? The rir/bo chick is fine, nothing looks out of the ordinary. And the other chick died in the night, we didnt think he'd make it as he was s sickly baby to begin with. Anyways, could this be caused by them eating the higher protein feed the guinea's are eating??? Thats all I can think, but then wouldnt all of the chicks be affected? Is it a genetic issue? And most importantly, what do I do for this chick!?