Hatched at wrong end
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Sounds like the chick has wry neck, here are some threads that might have useful info, I think giving vitamins really helps
Heres a quote from one of the threads
I wanted to revive this thread and report a positive result! The silkie pullet has completely recovered from the wry neck and is now enjoying being back out with her buddies.
This was the regimen we use:
Vit. E (400mg) snip the tip off a capsule and squeeze into mouth twice a day for 10 days, then every other day for another 5 days
Selenium (25mcg) dissolve one 250mcg tablet in 2 ml water and give 0.2cc once a day for 10 days, then every other day for another 5 days
Prednisone 1mg. dissolve one 10 mg tablet in 2 ml water and give 0.2cc twice a day for 5 days, then once a day for 5 days, then every other day for 5 days
B-Complex purchased in liquid form from Walgreens; 0.5 cc twice a day for 5 days, then once a day for 5 days, then every other day for 5 days
Oh and as to the hatching position, I've had a few hatch backwards like that, most lived but some did need assistance hatching.
This article shows common malpositions and might have some good info for you