You can solve this thing in two formats:
As described on the UCSC Genome see below,
the BED format is a concise and flexible way to represent genomic features and annotations.
The BED format description supports up to 12 columns, but only the first 3 are required for the UCSC browser,
the Galaxy browser and for bedtools. bedtools allows one to use the “BED12” format (that is, all 12 fields listed below).
However, only intersectBed, coverageBed, genomeCoverageBed, and bamToBed will obey the BED12 “blocks” when computing overlaps, etc.,
via the “-split” option. For all other tools, the last six columns are not used for any comparisons by the bedtools. Instead,
they will use the entire span (start to end) of the BED12 entry to perform any relevant feature comparisons.
The last six columns will be reported in the output of all comparisons.
We chose to define a new format because the existing “blocked” BED format (a.k.a. BED12)
does not allow inter-chromosomal feature definitions. In addition, BED12 only has one strand field,
which is insufficient for paired-end sequence alignments, especially when studying structural variation
Genome file format
Hope this may solve your problem.