Poor Wyandotte has had a slew of eggs gone bad. Her healthiest chick, an Amerucana, looks like it got smushed between eggs and died. Her other live chick, and this is day 24, is doing something bizarre. I think this chick hatched two days ago. Its wings are as far back as one could imagine (truthfully, further than I could have ever imagined) and flap around madly. Its poor little back is arched so much that I don't think it could ever walk. I think the only reason it is still alive is that the yolk sac hasn't been fully absorbed yet. It moves its head in circles. Clearly, something is not right. We've been dribbling Polyvisol onto its beak and it takes that eagerly. Since I think this is the only survivor of its brood, I just hate putting it down or watching it die a slow death. Any thoughts either what went wrong or how to help it? Can a chick recover from this? And if no chicks make it from this hen, what can I do to help her if she's depressed?