So I have nine 7 week old chicks. Mixed breed, about 6 to 8 pounds when mature. On a quick side note, I've already had an issue, with one chick freezing half a toe off- but she is almost completely healed and seems well. I let her heal on her own and she has no limp whatsoever. The chicks have integrated into my flock of 5 adults well (hen brooded though), the rooster is more focused on mating than killing chicks... They have been with the flock for about a month now. No fatalities. Avg temp here is 0 celsius to minus 10 celsius (it's a warm winter). They were switched to some grower, some mixed grains about 2 weeks ago. They have been growing well and are about a third of their full grown size. Today I walked in to find one chick hopping around n one leg. Upon further glance she'd broken it at her ankle joint or just above. No protruding bone or blood. No infection. I used a small, smooth piece of wood and medical tape to align and "splint" her leg. I then covered it with first aid wrap (cut it appropriately and used one metal clasp to keep it in place), the tan kind. Now she is separated, in a rabbit cage, about 8 square feet of space, out of sight of the other chickens but in the coop still. I put another, very small, picked-on but tame chick with her. He won't bother her, he's almost half her size. She has access to food and water, on fresh shavings, under a heat lamp. She was pecking at her food when I left and even standing on her leg. Is there anything else I should do for her?