I'm writing this about a 4 year old Chukar partridge I have, and I'm putting it in this forum section because it doesn't seem enough people view the "Chukar" section, and this problem IMO is generic across species such that whatever advice I can get from chicken owners is likely applicable. My chukars keep their beaks from getting too long by basically pecking at rocks. It is almost always no problem, except I noticed recently my male chukar somehow got his upper beak shorter than the lower. He seems to be doing fine, it's been this way for a couple weeks, but as a precaution I've been just making sure his food in his gravity feeder is adequately "deep" such that he can scoop it out easier in case this beak issue makes it tougher for him to eat. Are there any other precautions you guys think I should take? Is issue a bigger problem than I am noticing? Thanks!