I posted not long ago about a little banty EE-type pullet that came from my mother's friend. When I got her she had a toe that was shriveled up, black and just plain nasty looking. 4 days ago I ended up removing the toe because of infection. It looks to be healing well so far, BUT, I noticed tonight when I chanced her bandage that 2 toes on the opposite foot & 1 more on the 'bad' foot are starting to look like the one I removed. I have NO clue what's going on with her feet. She was poorly when i got her but has since gained weight and continues to, she actually has some meat now! her appetite has been good and she's acting well. I am a bit worried it might be something to do with the flock these two girls(i have her sis too) came from, bad genetics or too much inbreeding? The sister has a crossed beak and I noticed tonight that this girl's beak has developed a curve, very slight but noticeable. I know crossbeaks can be genetic but is it possible that her foot problem has something to do with bad genetics too?