I have a one-day-one wyandotte chick (hatched from our incubator) with what looks like a curled foot that won't descend. He hops around on one foot (which also seems to have curled/crooked toes) but otherwise seems fine. He did have problems hatching -- he was the first to crack through his shell, but it took him over a day to finally pull himself out and we had to peel back the bottom of the shell (he got through the sack himself) because he didn't have the strength to push it off himself, I'm guessing because of this foot problem. I've never seen this before. We use an auto-turner for the eggs, and the other chicks that have hatched before and after him have no apparent problems. I tried to gently relax his leg so I could splint it, but he cries when I do that. It doesn't seem to be swollen or anything, and besides hobbling to get around, he doesn't seem to be sick or have any other problems. We're using cedar chips and terrycloth for the brooder flooring.. this appears to be something that happened prior to or maybe during hatching, though. I tried to get a video of him hopping so you could get an idea of what's going on (excuse my three-year-old in the background!) Anyone ever seen this before? Is there anything I can do to help him, maybe splinting the leg?