I had a chick that after 12 hours just laid on its side with both legs thrashing up around its head. It was strong and looked fine otherwise. All other 30 chicks who hatched at the same time were up and running within 4 hours. I taped a long pipecleaner shaped like a fish's tail to the legs, with the "tail" sticking out back parallel to the ground, to keep the chick from falling over backwards. Between the legs, on the pipecleaner attached to each leg I put a "twist tie" brace to keep the legs from going up around the head. It spent the next half day learning how to lift its head and extend its legs properly, but by the next morning it was hopping around, learning to keep balance without falling forward. It has also learned to eat and drink, now that it can stand upright more or less. All the posts I read on here said if it wasn't splayed legs, that I should cull. I just thought I'd post this so anyone else looking for a solution here won't give up. I really think this guy is going to make it now. If anyone is interested I can post a picture, and will let you know how it fares once the brace is removed.