I have a 3-day-old Salmon Faverolle chick that still cannot walk, assisted hatch. It doesn't appear to be spraddle leg. The legs remain tucked under the body, as if the chick were merely laying down. I have tied the feet together, as if to treat spraddle leg, with enough room for functionality of the legs... just in case. But the chick fails to rise up or straighten the legs at all. Instead, it thrashes about the brooder floor, flapping and squirming. There is slight movement in one of the legs, causing it to turn in circles. At times, it seems able to "slide" itself across the brooder floor. It is vocal. I have it isolated about halfway from the heat lamp. I have been administering Polyvisol (vitamin) drops twice a day, as well as water. The chick seems uninterested in food, but I wonder if that is because it is in a constant laying position, with its head resting against the ground; although, it can arch its neck just fine to drink. When belly-up in my hand, there is some movement in the legs. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. It's just been heavy on my mind today, and I am wondering if there are any other tricks or resources, because this does not appear to be spraddle leg. This appears to be a different issue. I've been massaging the legs multiple times daily. I've named the little one Hobs, short for Hobble. I want to do everything I can to save him, he's feisty and a real fighter.