Got eight chicks. 5 weeks old. The smallest, a Yokohama, has feathers that stick out. They don't lay down like the others. A few seem to stick out from the sides like cat whiskers. The other Yokohama's feathers (and the rest of the chicks) lay closer to the body. When I'm hanging around watching I don't see other chicks harassing this one. I've found a few feathers in the brooder but they've belonged to one of the Hamburgs, no white Yokohama feathers floating about on their own. There is no evidence of blood or scabs on the skin As I mentioned it is the smallest chick, smaller than the other Yokohama and it is also the least feathered, although both Yokohamas are feathering out more slowly than the other breeds. While it is the runt of the group it is as active as the rest, it eats and drinks and does not appear to be unhealthy. Do I have cause for concern or is this something that just happens sometimes?