Totally stargazing. I'm not sure if this is a neurological issue that's genetic, or a vitamin deficiency. 2/3 chicks that hatched from that guy's eggs have it. One is perfectly fine (although, Einstein is quite the pest lol).
It could be my crappy incubator, or it could be a vitamin deficiency. Knowing which one would be nice because I'm not sure weather to cull or not. Looks like a sweet little splash girly...
I gave her 2 drops of nutri-drench last night before I left, she's still rolling around the incubator... So I've been told, and the family feels bad for her. I'm about to head back over to dose again, or cull. Should I give her a couple days?
Same thing as Heisenberg (the one I had to cull). Neck is bent, and thrown backwards so that its resting on her shoulders. Legs splayed out in front of her vs underneath her (but they look fine, not malformed) and when she falls over, she will remain on her back or side indefinitely. This was evident as soon as she hatched, as you can see by the belly button picture.
At this point, I'm kind of hoping the other egg doesn't hatch. It probably won't because of her thrashing.